Lonergan Partners is pleased to announce that Trey Roessig has been named Vice President, Engineering at mCube. The search was led by Michael Cunningham.
Prior to mCube, Trey was the Senior Director of New Business at Analog Devices where he was chartered with growing new businesses for the company using both internal incubation and external venture mechanisms. Earlier at Analog Devices, Trey served as General Manager of Power Management Products and Technology. Previously, as Senior Engineering Director of Server and Storage Products at Voltera Semiconductor, Trey was responsible for all product development in the Server/Storage market as well as the company CADorganization. At Active Semiconductors, he led product definition and development processes across the company. Trey was also co-founder and Chief Financial Officer at Integrated Micro Instruments where he designed micromachined inertial sensors and digital filtering and communication schemes, as well as the financial and accounting functions and contract negotiation and management, prior to the company’s successful acquisition by Analog Devices.
Trey holds a PhD in Mechanical Engineering, Dynamic Systems and Control from the University of California, Berkeley.
mCube makes the smallest motion sensors in the world. As a technology leader, mCube aspires to be the enabler for the Internet of Moving Things by putting a MEMSmotion sensor on anything that moves, improving the way consumers live and interact with technology. With over 300 million units shipped and having received multiple awards for product innovation, mCube continues to provide the world’s most advanced inertial sensing solutions for smartphones, wearables, and IoT devices.
Trey’s experience and knowledge across MEMS, IC design, and embedded systems is just what mCube needs for our next stage of growth. After shipping >300 million units of the world’s first and only monolithic single-chip MEMS+CMOS inertial sensor, mCube is encountering many opportunities to broaden our product portfolio and capture more value by further integration of other functions and sensors. With Trey joining the team, we will be able to accelerate our new product introductions and provide more value-added sensor solutions to our customers.Ben Lee, CEO, mCube
I am thrilled to be joining mCube at such an exciting time. mCube’s world-leading MEMS technology really positions it well for the upcoming explosion in sensor deployments for IoT, and I feel very fortunate to be a part of this dynamic organization.Trey Roessig, VP Engineering, mCube
mCube is developing a complex suite of products in the MEMS market and Trey is one of the few engineering leaders in the world who can lead that charge. His unique combination of competencies in inertial MEMS, IC development and general management gives him the tools necessary to help elevate the company’s product suite to the next level.Michael Cunningham, Consultant, Lonergan Partners