Greg Taylor is an Intel Fellow and chief architect in IPG's Mixed Signal IP Solutions Group. His interests include Systems on a Chip, Analog/Mixed Signal circuits, and Wireless. He joined Intel in 1991, and has held several senior design engineering positions working on ten generations of microprocessors, led the Circuit Research Lab, and is now delivering mixed-signal IP. He has received an Intel Achievement Award for his work on deploying advanced packaging. Prior to joining Intel, he worked as a principal engineer at Bipolar Integrated Technology.
He has published over 60 papers and holds over 60 patents on integrated circuit design and test. Taylor is a fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). He received his doctorate in computer and systems engineering in 1985 from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.