Alexander QuachVice President and General Manager of Wireline Core & Network Division in the Network and Custom Logic Group at Intel
Alexander (Alex) D. Quach is Vice President and General Manager of Wireline Core & Network Division in the Network and Custom Logic Group (NCLG) at Intel Corporation. He is responsible for Network Transformation for all wireline access networks as well as wireless core.
He is also responsible for driving Intel’s overall 5G strategy and execution framework that encompasses industry and ecosystem engagement, customer commitments, product planning, internal and external communications, PR and marketing strategy.
A specialist in wireless connectivity, Quach has held a variety of marketing and technical leadership positions since joining Intel in 1997 as a product marketing engineer for desktop products. Before assuming his current role, he was responsible for promoting the growth of Intel's wireless connectivity business in multiple market segments, including machine-to-machine communication, the automotive sector, low-power wide-area (LPWA) networking and client connectivity. Prior to that, Quach led Intel's wireless connectivity solutions business within the Client Computing Group, where he focused on mobile client platforms based on Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, wireless gigabit (WiGig) and cellular technologies. Earlier in his Intel career, as director of wireless marketing for the company's mobile wireless business unit, he led marketing for Intel's WiMAX product portfolio. Quach also spent several years as a customer marketing manager in the service provider group.