Feng Xinpeng graduated from China University of Technology and University of Southampton, majoring in microelectronics. Before the founding of NextVPU, he established and led an R&D team of 100 people from scratch in AMD. He has participated in the design of more than 50 CPU and GPU chips that are sold by tens of millions of pieces, which are mainly used for products including Microsoft Xbox One, Sony PlayStation 4, servers, desktops, laptops, and airborne computers. In 2019, he was selected as one of the leading talents of science and technology entrepreneurship in the national "Ten Thousand Talent Program" initiated by the Central Organization Department. In 2016, he founded NextVPU and has been CEO since then.
Zhou Ji graduated from Zhejiang University and acquired his PhD degree in the state key laboratory of CAD, majoring in 3D image reconstruction. He used to be the chief architect in AMD's computer vision, image signal processing and video fields and was responsible for algorithm and architecture design. As a scientist and architecture designer in the previous fields, he has designed and developed several generations of hardware IP for multiple GPUs and APUs of AMD for more than ten years, and has acquired a number of related patents in both China and the United States. In 2016, he co-founded NextVPU and has been CTO since then.