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Tagore Technology, Inc.


Amitava Das is one of the founders of Tagore in 2011, the CEO and a Board Member. Amitava has previously served as Director at both Maxlinear and at Freescale. Prior to those roles Amitava held senior engineering roles at Motorola and Freescale developing 2.5G/3G RF IC Circuits and Modules which shipped in large volumes in cellular phones. Earlier is his career, Amitava was an Associate professor at the Indian Institute of Technology in Bombay. Amitava holds a Ph.D., in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University, an M.S. in EE from University of Akron and EE undergraduate degree from Jadavpur University.

Manish Shah is a co-founder of Tagore Technology and VP of engineering responsible for the overall engineering and product development activities. He brings over 20 years’ experience in semiconductor industry ranging from design and development of RF-Mixed Signal IC, 2G, 3G, and 4G cellular transceivers’ architecture and system, cellular radio design. Manish has extensive experience in leading design teams at Fujitsu, Motorola and Freescale. Manish has pushed design boundaries in all his endeavors in numerous R&D and design projects.


Manish has ten issued patents and many more pending. He holds Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from National Technological University and Bachelors Degree with Honors in Electrical Engineering from University of Illinois at Chicago.

Klaus Buehring is the Chief Operating Officer at Tagore and has 25+ years of management experience. Klaus has held a range of senior positions including Executive Vice President Samsung Electronics and Senior Vice President Cambridge Silicon Radio (CSR). Prior to that, Klaus was senior vice president and general manager of the RF, Analog and Sensor Group at Freescale Semiconductor. While at Freescale he led the turnaround of the company’s billion dollar Radio Products Division. Prior to Freescale, Klaus served as vice president and general manager of the Power Amplifier Division at Skyworks Solutions, and before that held the same position at Conexant Systems. Klaus started his career at Rockwell International in 1983, and held positions of increasing responsibility spanning key marketing and engineering roles. In 1995, Klaus was named Rockwell’s Engineer of the Year for his contribution to the development of GaAs HBT power amplifiers.