Mr. Roger Borovoy is an angel investor. Mr. Roger Borovoy is the IP counsel and one of the early investor of SiPhoton. Roger Borovoy is also counsel to Fish & Richardson, the largest IP law firm in the North America. Mr. Borovoy is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and admitted to the bar in California and Massachusetts. Mr. Borovoy practices in the fields of patent infringement, unfair competition, trade secret protection, software copyrights and licensing. Between 1963 and 1974 he served as patent counsel for Fairchild Camera Instrument Corporation and represented Robert Noyce, the inventor of the integrated circuit when Texas Instruments unsuccessfully asserted that Mr. Kilby was the first inventor and therefore it should own the Noyce invention. Between 1974 and 1983, he served as Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of Intel Corporation. At Intel, he defended a suit by AT&T against Intel and eight other companies for patent infringement of the patent covering the basic silicon transistor manufacturing process. Between 1983 and October 1987 he joined Ben Rosen and L.J. Sevin in the venture capital partnership which started Compaq Computer and Lotus Development (1-2-3). Together, they raised and invested $60,000,000 in high technology electronics start-up companies. Mr. Borovoy is a graduate of Massachusetts Institute of Technology B.S. Chemical & Electrical Engineering and Business 1956, and of Harvard Law School , J.D., 1959.