Josh Newman Vice President, Client Computing Group General Manager, Mobile Innovation Intel Corporation
The PC is powering people’s most meaningful contributions. This presentation will provide insights on what makes the laptop important and how displays are critical for achieving the vision of the future laptop. Bio:
Joshua (Josh) D. Newman is a vice president in the Client Computing Group (CCG) and the general manager of Mobile Innovation at Intel Corporation. He leads the Mobile Client Platform Laptop Innovation Segments team, which is focused on growing the laptop market with modern laptops, Chrome* devices, and LTE-connected laptops. He works across the industry to bring about the next generation laptop experience and CCG’s transition to platforms.
Newman interned at Intel beginning in 1992, then joined the company in a fulltime capacity in 1994 as an engineer in the End User Components Division. He contributed to the design of several generations of the Pentium® processor family products. Since then, he has held numerous technical and leadership positions throughout the company, including platform applications engineering manager in the PC Chipset Group leading the design and development of reference motherboards and design collateral; engineering director in the Wireless Network Group responsible for design and validation of WiFi products designed for Intel® Centrino® platform; and marketing director in the Mobile Platform Group and Mobile Communications Group in charge of driving the company’s product portfolio across market segments.
Newman received his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Michigan and earned his MBA from the University of California Davis in 2000.