Join SHPE-SV and the Intel Latino Network for this talk from Intel’s Programmable Solutions Group GM, Daniel R. McNamara.
– Introduce Intel’s Programmable Solutions Group (former Altera)
– FPGA Business
– PSG Strategy
– Current Focus Areas
– Benefits as result of the integration
Daniel (Dan) R. McNamara is corporate vice president and general manager of the Programmable Solutions Group (PSG) at Intel Corporation. He is responsible for executing a strategy to plan, position and support the company’s programmable hardware, IP, and software solutions and power product portfolio. He leads the collaboration with other Intel business groups to ensure the successful utilization of programmable technology in other areas of Intel’s business. He has profit and loss responsibility for PSG, leading a global organization across multiple markets.
McNamara joined Intel in December 2015, upon close of Intel’s acquisition of Altera Corporation. He served most recently as vice president and general manager of Altera’s Embedded Division leading the teams responsible for programmable technologies for industrial, test and medical, broadcasting, automotive, power, military and broad base market segments.
McNamara has more than 25 years of experience in the semiconductor industry. In addition to various leadership roles during his 11 years with Altera, McNamara served as director of Sales at StargGen Inc. and as a co-founder and vice president of startup Semitech Solutions Inc. He began his career as a radar systems engineer at Raytheon Corp. in Massachusetts.
McNamara received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees, both in electrical engineering, from the Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts.