Ami Miron EE'89

Ami Miron has 35 years of experience in leadership, entrepreneurship, technology, and business in the consumer electronics, cable television, telecommunication, and Internet industries. He developed and patented the first Picture-In-Picture (PIP) for Philips and led the development of the first digital High Definition TV (HDTV) system in the United States. In 1997, Miron founded MoreCom Inc., a software networking company, providing an integrated solution for the delivery of entertainment digital video with Internet content to the television set. He served as the company’s chairman, president, and chief executive officer until 2001, when he founded AM Partners. Today, as president of AM Partners, Miron works with companies, entrepreneurs, and venture capital funds to develop successful ventures.

In addition to his industry work, Miron serves on the board of Ben Franklin Technology Partners; is a senior adviser for the Wharton Small Business Development Center; and is on the Upper Dublin School District Strategic Planning Committee in Pennsylvania. He is also a member of several other community organizations.
Miron earned a BSc in electrical engineering from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, and an MSEE from the Polytechnic Institute of New York University.  He received his professional degree in electrical engineering from Columbia University and completed an executive MBA program at Babson College. In addition, he holds six US patents and has received two Technology Emmy Awards.
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