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General Manager, Intelligent Systems Group
Ton Steenman serves as vice president of the Intel Architecture Group and general manager of the Intelligent Systems Group. In this role he is responsible for growing Intel's business in a broad range of embedded market segments and helps deliver a range of embedded processor products to a variety of customers worldwide. The types of products range from embedded applications using the Intel® Xeon™ processor to the Intel® Atom™ processor, along with uniquely developed devices and platforms.
He has held numerous sales, applications, marketing and management positions in Intel's field sales organization and a variety of business units. Over the past few years, he has held general management positions for the Embedded Intel Architecture Division, the Modular Communications Platform Division, and the Embedded and Communications Processor Division and was most recently General Manager of the Low-power Embedded Products Division. In this capacity, he was responsible for the architecture, development and marketing of Intel® Atom™ architecture based microprocessor for embedded market segments including In-vehicle Infotainment, Industrial Control, Video Analytics and Enterprise print imaging market segments.
Steenman was instrumental in establishing Intel's position in embedded market segments such as communications, automotive, retail, and industrial control. Intel's position in the embedded market has strengthened considerably over the past decade as the company has introduced a broad set of Intel Architecture-based platforms. Furthermore, Intel has built out a rich ecosystem of companies that provide hardware and software solutions specifically focused on the requirements of embedded market segments.
Prior to joining Intel in 1982, he held software engineering and microprocessor design positions at Siemens Netherlands and the Royal Dutch Air Force.
He received his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering in 1980 in the Netherlands.
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