Shara Tibken / CNET:Interview with Qualcomm’s incoming CEO Cristiano Amon on the global chip shortage, why it won’t build its own fabs, and opposition to the Nvidia-Arm dealCristiano Amon, incoming CEO of chipmaker Qualcomm, warns in an interview with CNET that the shortage may not end until late 2021.
Cristiano R. Amon
Cristiano Amon is President and President of Qualcomm Incorporated, as well as also serves on the Company’s board of supervisors. Amon assumed the role of chief executive officer on June 30, 2021.
Amon began his Qualcomm occupation in 1995 as a designer, as well as throughout his tenure, has actually assisted shape the critical direction for the Firm in a number of leadership duties. Before ending up being chief executive officer, Amon worked as president of Qualcomm. In that duty, he guided growth of a leading and differentiated item roadmap, headed Qualcomm’s 5G technique– along with its acceleration and also international turn out– and also drove the development and diversification of business to offer several markets. In addition, he has managed the effective implementation of M&A to boost Qualcomm’s capabilities and also accelerate growth in crucial locations, including RF Front End, Connectivity and Networking.
Previously, Amon led Qualcomm’s semiconductor business as head of state of QCT. He also held several technological and business leadership positions, that included having overall duty for Snapdragon ® systems.
Before Qualcomm, Amon functioned as primary technological policeman for Vésper, a wireless driver in Brazil, and held management placements at NEC, Ericsson and Velocom.
Amon holds a B.S. degree in Electric Engineering as well as an honorary doctorate from UNICAMP– Universidade Estadual de Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil. He is a member of the USPTO Council for Inclusive Advancement.