John Mathieson (computer scientist)

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John Mathieson is a Computer Science graduate who initially worked for Sinclair Research before going on to found Flare with fellow ex-Sinclair colleagues Martin Brennan and Ben Cheese.

After working at Flare on the Flare 1 and its development into the Konix Multisystem, he went on to work for Atari developing the Atari Jaguar with Martin Brennan.

He led the development of the ill-fated NUON media processor at VM Labs. He moved to work for NVIDIA at the end of 2001. As Director of Mobile Systems Architecture at NVIDIA Corp. he led the system architecture team for three generations of the Tegra applications processor.[1]


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