Andy Keane joined NVIDIA in 2006 as GM of the new GPU Computing business unit. Previously, he was a VP at start-ups Morphics and Ageia, which focused on the development of parallel computing technologies for the telecoms and consumer industries. Prior to this, Andy was instrumental in the rapid growth and eventual IPO of 3dfx, which pioneered the development of consumer 3D graphics accelerators, and QED, one of the world's first multicore processor providers. He also held roles at Xilinx during the early developments in re-configurable computing and FPGA systems, and at Intel.
Andy has an MBA in Business from Berkeley Business School and a degree in Physics from Rensselaer.