Chief Executive Officer of VMware since September 2012, nearly doubling the company’s revenues during tenure. More than 35 years of technology and leadership experience. Before joining VMware, led EMC's Information Infrastructure Products business as president and Chief Operating Officer. Previously, spent 30 years at Intel, serving as the company’s first Chief Technology Officer and driving the creation of key industry technologies, including the original 486 processor, USB and Wifi. During tenure, Intel became the dominant provider of microprocessors worldwide. 1985, Master's in Electrical Engineering, Stanford University; 1983, Bachelor's (Hons) in Electrical Engineering, Santa Clara University; 1979, Associate's Degree in Electrical Engineering, Lincoln Technical Institute. 2008, Fellow of the IEEE. Recipient: Honorary Doctorate of Letters, William Jessup University (2008); Gordon University Faithful Leader Award. Holds seven patents in the areas of VLSI design, computer architecture and communications. Recognized values-based leader. Speaker on technology, culture, business and faith-based topics globally.