Management team

  • Stephane De Marchi and Emmanuel Hamman, co-founders of Simpulse

    Stephane De Marchi and Emmanuel Hamman
    Co-founders of Simpulse


Stéphane and Emmanuel, co-founders

Our company project is to enable the creation of new complex communication systems. Our past experiences in both Hardware and Software development showed us the limits of both approaches. We've wanted to push those limits.

A little bit of history. It all started when we faced severe issues to design complex signal processing systems during our past experience in the telecommunications and ASIC design industries. We found our way out by creating new methodologies and tools. In 2009 we started working on a company project, with the objective to build new tools to simplify the design of signal processing systems in order to face the challenges presented by the increasing complexity of those systems. Simpulse was officially founded in January 2011.

We have a great team of capable, hard working, collegial and collaborative developers. We have solid experience in semiconductor electronic architecture and digital communications algorithms and enjoy working together towards providing our customers with highly innovative, best-in-class products and services.

Stéphane De Marchi
Simpulse CEO

Graduated engineer from the top French Engineering School “Ecole Superieure d'Electricite”, Stéphane (at the left) has 18 years of experience in embedded software and integrated circuit design for the electronic industry. In his previous position he was ASIC group leader for a fabless company and successfully specified and designed more than 10 ICs (from 180 to 65nm).

Emmanuel Hamman
Simpulse Chairman of the board

Graduated engineer from the top French Engineering School “Ecole Superieure d'Electricite”, Emmanuel (at the right) has over 18 years of experience in communication equipment and semiconductor companies. He is the author of 10 patents in the field of signal processing and electronic architectures. Prior to Simpulse he was the co-founder of a fabless startup where he was in charge of advanced R&D.