Ray Giordano

As CEO and founder of IC Enable, LLC, Ray Giordano brings 17 years of semiconductor and business experience to IC Enable. Ray began his career in semiconductors in 1995 with the technology start-up TestChip Technologies, Inc. At TestChip, Ray was manager of the physical design and verification team across two sites in Dallas and Austin Texas. Ray's team was responsible for all full-custom layout through verification and pattern generation, and was able to develop expertise in some of the most challenging analog custom layout areas including RF, ESD, and full-chip projects. Ray was also responsible for customer engagements, managing the financials for the team's activities, and developing custom software related to those areas. After TestChip was acquired, Ray moved on and in 2004 started IC Enable.

Tim Snodgrass

IC Enable's President. Prior to joining IC Enable, Tim held various technical and management positions at Texas Instruments Inc.. He was elected by his peers to TI's Member Group Technical Staff through his comprehensive technical knowledge of all aspects of IC Layout and extensive analog and mixed-signal experience. Tim coordinated the development of an IC Layout Associate Degree and Certificate Program at both Eastfield and Richland Community Colleges in Dallas, TX.  Additionally, he served as chairman of the IC Layout Advisory Board's for both Community Colleges. This program was recognized as exemplary in 2000 by the Dallas County Community College Coordinating Board. Tim was also the key member of the development of the IC Layout Intern and Scholarship Programs for TI. As part of Tim's role at TI, his IC layout management responsibilities were expanded to also manage and develop an IC layout team in India. In 2009, Tim joined IC Enable. During his tenure with IC Enable, the company has experienced significant growth in the area of IC layout and design services.


Our leadership team has over 80 years of semiconductor development experience with demonstrated effectiveness of off-site, team-based resource model.


"Thank you to you and your team for the great support [of our team]. Best wishes to [each of your team members that worked with us.] Looking forward to managing another project with you."

- Customer project manager