Matthew Papakipos is a Silicon Valley entrepreneur.
He is currently an Engineering Director at Facebook, where he works on Facebook WiFi.
At Google, he started and ran the Google Chrome OS project. He was also ran the HTML 5 Open Web Platform efforts for the Google Chrome web browser. He and his team shipped the fastest WebGL implementation in the Chrome browser.
He was the founder and chief technology officer of PeakStream.
He was the first Director of Architecture at NVIDIA, where he and his team created the first programmable GPUs.
He is the author of more than 60 U.S. patents on processor architecture, compilers, system software, and mobile applications.
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