|After leaving Inmos in 1991, Clive spent 6 years at GEC Plessey Semiconductors, first as Technical Director for the CMOS plant in Plymouth and then running their ASIC Systems Business. He worked on ARM (taking the first commercial licence), ASICs for mobile, video conferencing, non-volatile, and running the business.
Clive then set up the National Microelectronics Institute for the UK semiconductor industry. This is a cross between a trade association and an industry-owned change management consultancy. It has saved the industry many millions a year and facilitated a lot of collaboration.
For the last three years Clive has been working on technology commercialisation, contributing to an investment PLC, setting up his own consultancy (TagTig) and, from there, establishing two university spin outs and running business strategy and product introduction programmes for major companies.
Clive, Kate and Hannah are living in Scotland to the west of Edinburgh. updated May 07.