Verayo develops solutions based on its proprietary PUF technology to revolutionize digital authentication of products, people and machine. We provide complete authentication solutions. Our solutions include: unclonable chips, authentication software, consumer engagement, back-end data analysis enabling platforms and key generation.
Since its founding in 2005, our team has designed, built, and tested silicon chips based on its PUF technology and built-up a growing body of additional Intellectual Property (IP) and substantive know-how beyond the core technology that Verayo licensed from MIT. Verayo is funded by Khosla Ventures and has assembled an experienced advisory board drawn from the semiconductor, mobile and security industries. In the past year, the company has also deepened its relationships with US Department of Defense agencies and has received multiple contracts.
Verayo is always looking for talented individuals who are driven by innovation, have the passion and perseverance to solve complex problems, and enjoy hard work and team play. Verayo is an equal opportunity employer. We offer employees competitive compensation and benefits packages.
Khosla Ventures is a venture capital firm run by people who listen to, analyze, and advise entrepreneurs. We manage a main fund that supports early- and late-stage investments and a seed fund for developing very early-stage experiments. We focus on next-generation energy projects, new materials, mobility, the Internet and silicon technology. Our firm was established in 2004 by Vinod Khosla, who helped turn a computer science project into Sun Microsystems, a multibillion-dollar phenomenon.
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Professor Devadas is one of the founders of Verayo. He and his team invented the PUF technology at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). In addition to providing technical leadership and direction to Verayo, he is the Webster Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT and was the Associate Head of EECS from 2005 to 2011. His research interests include Computer-Aided Design (CAD) of VLSI computing systems, computer architecture, and computer security, and he has co-authored numerous papers in these areas. Professor Devadas joined MIT in 1988, soon after completing his Ph.D at University of California, Berkeley. He is a Fellow of the IEEE.
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