Trilliant, a global smart grid communications and solutions company, has hired Steve Geiser as chief financial officer (CFO). Geiser joins Trilliant with extensive experience in financial leadership in Silicon Valley based high-tech companies.
Prior to Trilliant, Geiser served as the CFO of Raza Microelectronics Inc (RMI). At RMI, he was instrumental in the successful company sale to Netlogic Microsystems. Geiser also held the position of CFO at Spansion and was responsible for directing all financial activities including the completion of one of the largest technology initial public offerings (IPOs) of 2005. Earlier in his career, he held various financial leadership positions at Advanced Micro Devices, including international responsibilities for the Asia-Pacific region.
Geiser earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a MBA from the University of Southern California.
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