Connecting the World Through
More Efficient Radio Architectures

Quick Company Facts

Company Focus

InnoPhase is a fabless semiconductor company that develops innovative and efficient RF architectures using CMOS technology. Building on our previous experience with WLAN IoT products, we have now turned our attention to Cellular Networks.

(Wi-Fi products are now part of InnoPhase IOT.)

Market Focus

Our products focus on cellular network radio equipment ranging from 2G/3G/4G/5G small cells to macro cells. Key markets include In-Building Wireless, Private Networks and Enterprise Applications in addition to MNO Deployments.

We believe our technology can provide significant efficiency improvements to any size network cells.

Product Availability

Initial product announcements are coming soon – devices are in fab now. Plans include a new SoC announcement plus details about a supporting radio development kit.

Technology Highlights

The patented “Digital-to-RF” architecture is completely unique and only available from our company. This design approach gives us the ability to implement RF transceivers in standard CMOS much like typical digital blocks.

We migrate to more advanced CMOS process technology nodes at a much faster rate than competitors, allowing the opportunity for more integration and higher efficiencies.


Dr. Yang Xu (CEO & CTO)

Corporate Funding

The company is funded by a variety of sources including private investment and tier-one venture capital firms.

InnoPhase Management Team


Yang Xu


Yang is an expert in low-power and reconfigurable RF circuits and systems. He received his Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University and M.S. and B.S. degrees in Electronics Engineering from Fudan University. Dr. Xu was an associate professor in the ECE department of Illinois Institute of Technology. Prior to joining the faculty at IIT, he was a senior researcher with Qualcomm.

Dr Xu has 30+ referred publications and 20+ patents. He was a recipient of the Inventor Recognition Award from the Microelectronics Advanced Research Consortium (MARCO).


Greg Winner

VP of Product Development, GM of Cellular Infrastructure

Greg is an experienced technology executive and CEO with a demonstrated history of results in multiple industries. He is skilled in Systems and Solutions, Sales, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Go-to-market Strategy, Mobile as well as Embedded Applications and is a strong business development professional.

He earned an M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University and a Bachelor's of Science in Electrical Engineering from UCLA.


Claudio Anzil

Vice President, Engineering

Claudio has over 30 years of experience in integrated radio design and development, test and product engineering, and technical management. He has successfully taken many complex products from concept to volume production, ranging from high-volume to high-performance markets, and consumer through defense applications.

Prior to joining Innophase, Claudio held various senior engineering and leadership roles at Ethertronics Inc., Peregrine Semiconductor (acquired by Murata), Maxim Integrated Products, CommQuest (acquired by IBM), and Interstate Electronics (acquired by L3).

Claudio received his B.S. in Biomedical and Electrical Engineering, and his M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Southern California. He is a senior member of IEEE.


Robert Irvine

Chief Patent Counsel

Robert is an experienced IP attorney specializing in telecommunications technology. He has worked in private practice both as a partner in a large IP boutique firm in Chicago, and as a founding partner of his own boutique firm. Robert also started up and led an in-house patent prosecution team at a multi-billion dollar international telecommunications development company. He has an undergraduate and Master's degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign, and a law degree from Northwestern University.

Board Members


Hing Wong

Board Member

Hing joined Walden International in 2005. Prior to joining WI, he spent fifteen years in the semiconductor industry in technical, management and business roles. He worked at IBM, Chromatic Research, and co-founded Silicon Access Networks, a network IC company where he served as VP VLSI Design and later in VP Business Development.

Hing holds a Ph.D. degree in EECS from UC Berkeley, and studied in SiChuan University and Chinese University of Hong Kong for his undergraduate degrees.

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