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Dr. Ilan Spillinger, Corporate Vice President, Silicon Engineering, joined Microsoft in late 2007. He currently leads a team of highly technical engineers responsible for Xbox 360, Xbox One and Kinect architecture and verification, silicon design efforts for Microsoft. Dr. Spillinger was instrumental in bringing Kinect for Xbox 360 to market, which continues to proliferate additional innovative programs and products within the Natural User Interface industry. His current focus has been developing the new architecture and silicon design for Xbox One and the new Kinect, launching fall 2013. Previously, during a six-year tenure with IBM, Spillinger served as a distinguished engineer and vice president for advanced processor design. In that role he was responsible for development of all Power Architecture-based processors at IBM: server processors, embedded processors and client-driven solutions. Prior to that, Spillinger was a principal engineer and manager of the architecture team in Intel Israel, responsible for the definition of x86-based low-cost and low-power microprocessors, specifically the first Intel mobile processor in the Intel Centrino roadmap. Spillinger holds a D.Sc. and M.Sc. in electrical engineering from the Technion Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, Israel.