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VP, General Manager - Mobile Product Marketing, Intel
Ran Senderovitz - Ran Senderovitz is a Vice President in Intel Client Computing Group and the General Manager of Mobile Product Marketing. In his role – Ran manages the full scope of the mobile platforms product marketing team with focus on product features technologies, value proposition, positioning and customer marketing. He is also working with marketing and business management teams on range of business strategies from branding to product price /performance/feature positioning to optimize and grow the PNL. Ran is also serving on the board of directors of SAM Seamless Network.
Before that Ran was serving as the General Manager of the Wireless Consumer and Commercial Infrastructure business in the Connected Home Division. He was responsible for overall business line profit and loss, planning and execution of the business strategy, which is to create simple, fast solutions that enable trusted and effortless connected lives at home & office. His business focuses on leading Wi-Fi Access infrastructure and edge compute storage platforms. Ran was also the General Manager of Intel Israel development Centers (IDC). Intel’s Development centers in Israel are driving execution and innovation in 4 major areas: Core based computer silicon, Networking & Communication, Artificial Intelligence, and Cyber Security.
Senderovitz joined Intel in 2011 with the acquisition of the cable modem product line from Texas Instruments, where he managed the broadband cable gateway business. He also served as director of cable gateway products in Intel's Digital Home Group, managed the Service Provider and Product Marketing office and then became the General Manager of the Service Provider Division. Senderovitz led the acquisition of Lantiq into Intel, and upon completing this process, he assumed his current role.
Senderovitz started his engineering career in 1992 and joined Texas Instruments in 1999, serving in various business and engineering management roles over the course of 12 years.
He holds a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Technion – Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, a master's degree in electrical engineering from Tel Aviv University, and an MBA degree from the Kellogg-Recanati International Executive MBA Program.