Levy Gerzberg

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Dr. Levy Gerzberg was the chief executive officer of the Zoran Corporation.

Early life[edit]

Born in Israel, he attended the Technion in Israel, where he earned his bachelor's degree and master's degree. He received a PhD from Stanford University.


Levy Gerzberg has created the successful processor for the DVD players and other gadgets with about 35% market share. Its Coach line of digital camera processors is also popular.[1]


In 2003, Gerzberg was a National Finalist and Award Recipient of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Award. [2]

His published works include Monolithic Power Spectrum Centroid Detector from Stanford University in 1979.[3] In 2007 he was elected to a seat on the Board of Industry Leaders of the Consumer Electronics Association.[4]


  1. ^ Bajarin, Tim (2009-11-09). "The Future of PC and Mobile Processors". PC Magazine.
  2. ^ "Board of Directors - Levy Grzberg." CSR PLC. CSR, n.d. Web. 13 Apr. 2015. <http://www.csr.com/investor-centre/board-of-directors>
  3. ^ Gerzberg, Levy; Stanford University; Stanford Electronics Laboratories (1979). Monolithic Power Spectrum Centroid Detector. Integrated Circuits Laboratory, Stanford Electronics Laboratories, Stanford University.
  4. ^ "Zoran Corporations CEO Dr. Levy Gerzberg Serving on Consumer Electronics Associations Board of Industry Leaders". Lexdon Business Library. 2007-01-29. Retrieved 2013-09-24.