The Experts

We never tell you to “read the manual.”

Working together to advance our craft, we’re always looking for new ways to bring more value to our product and our customers.

We didn’t get into this business to dump our IP specs on clients, show them the number to customer support, and run. We built Trilinear to solve hard problems, bolster your design cycle, work through your challenges, and stand side-by-side with you through implementation. At the end of the day, we shorten the killchain because we’re system designers who became DisplayPort IP experts.

Anthony Verbeck

Vice president of software engineering

“Simplicity is a prerequisite for reliability” (Edsger Dijkstra). Our code is simple, fast, and reliable. It’s the best there is.

  • Information Firmware Engineer, Trilinear Technologies (2017 to present)
  • Independent Firmware Engineer, Contractor (2011 to 2017)
  • R&D Director, Marshall Electronics (2006 to 2011)
  • Director of Systems Engineering, Pixelworks (2000 to 2006)

California State University, Fullerton
Bachelor of Science: Computer Science

Carl Ruggiero

Chief Executive Officer

Providing technical and strategic leadership to ensure your success, I’m an expert at navigating complexity to find innovative solutions.

  • CEO, Trilinear Technologies (2006 to present)
  • CTO, Enuclia Semiconductor (2003 to 2006)
  • Principal Design Engineer, Pixelworks (2000 to 2003)
  • Senior IC Design Engineer, InFocus (1996 to 2000)

University of Southern California
BSEE, Electrical Engineering: Semiconductor Physics, Computer Architecture

Ralph Ventura

VP of Partnerships

Providing sales and customer support, I ensure our clients receive world-class engineering and technical support—guiding the process from start to finish to meet your market schedule.

  • VP of Partnerships, Trilinear Technologies (2008 to present)
  • Account Manager, Future Electronics (2006 to 2008)
  • President, MMB Sales (1998 to 2006)
  • Sales Manager, Mitsubishi Electronics (1982 to 1998)
  • Purchasing Manager, Hewlett Packard (1972 to 1982)

West Valley College
United States Marine Corps


Because “good” isn’t good enough, our experts are always in
The Lab designing what’s next in DisplayPort IP.