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Rina Raman

Vice President, Intel

Rina Raman is vice president in the Programmable Solutions Group and general manager of the group’s customer experience organization at Intel Corporation. She leads the large global team responsible for digital marketing, partner marketing and solutions marketing of Intel’s programmable logic solutions, as well as regional applications, factory applications and technical program management. Raman and her team are charged with developing marketing strategies for Intel’s product portfolio, gathering customer feedback to inform the design process and fostering an ecosystem that serves customer needs.  

 

An industry veteran with extensive leadership experience in customer support and technical marketing, Raman joined Intel in 2017. Most recently, she led the applications and customer engineering team at the Samsung Strategy and Innovation Center. Before joining Samsung in 2015, Raman spent 16 years in leadership positions at Xilinx Corp., culminating in her role as senior director of applications engineering and technical marketing. In that position, she was responsible for intellectual property and field-programmable gate array

silicon technical marketing for the entire corporation.

 

Earlier in her career, Raman spent more than a decade in circuit design, including leadership roles at QuickLogic Corp. and Altera Corp.

 

Raman holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Syracuse University in New York. She has served as a founding member of the industrial advisory board for the computer engineering program at California Polytechnic State University since 2003 and previously served as the board’s chair and vice chair. She has been granted more than a dozen patents in circuit design. In 2005, the YWCA Silicon Valley chapter honored her with a Tribute to Women and Industry Award.

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