Ronnie Vasishta is responsible for the telecom business, strategy and products at NVIDIA. Prior to joining the company in October 2020, Ronnie was at Intel Corporation, where he most recently served as vice president and general manager of the Network and Configurable Logic Division, Data Products Group. Ronnie led a team that managed Intel's programmable business with telecom OEMs and communication service providers across all networking markets. The group also set the strategic direction for compute acceleration solutions with a focus on 5G Core and RAN infrastructure, RAN virtualization, O-RAN and edge applications. Prior to joining Intel through acquisition, Ronnie was CEO of privately held eASIC Corporation. He also spent many years at LSI Logic, where he was eventually vice president of technical marketing after having served stints in wafer process engineering, design engineering, embedded processor marketing, product and strategic planning.
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