ACEINNA has named Teoman Ustun as the company’s new Vice President of Marketing and Product Development, effective immediately.
ACEINNA primarily focuses on developing and manufacturing innovative MEMS sensor and sensing systems solutions for autonomous vehicle navigation, ADAS and industrial applications.
“ACEINNA’s industry-leading high precision MEMS-based IMU technologies are used for a wide range of highly affordable and easily integrated autonomous navigation solutions for the automotive, industrial, telecom, data center and cloud infrastructure, consumer appliances, agricultural and construction markets,” explained Ustun. “I am looking forward to accelerating ACEINNA’s new product development and marketing in the automotive and industrial space, and bringing ACEINNA’s game-changing new MEMS sensor technologies to market worldwide.”
According to Yang Zhao, CEO of ACEINNA, “An accomplished semiconductor and sensor executive, Ustun brings a unique combination of technical domain expertise in sensor development, technical marketing and partnership development.”
Teoman Ustun is a technical and visionary business leader with 20+ years of experience in product development, marketing, strategy, execution, M&A and partnership management with a passion to grow and build new businesses, revenue generation models and talent.
Recently, Teoman was the co-founder and CEO of Mulberry Sensors, a startup developing laser-based, chip-scale, high-performance molecular sensors.
Before Mulberry, for 11 years he worked at Analog Devices (ADI) where he directed advanced sensors organization, created an innovative product pipeline, formulated and executed strategy, and prioritized organic and inorganic sensor investments, creating a lifetime revenue opportunity of $250M+.
Before joining ADI, Teoman worked at Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI). In PSI, Teoman implemented manufacturing and quality processes that helped increase the commercialization of high-impact technologies.
Teoman has an MBA from MIT, Sloan as well as an engineering management master from MIT.