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April 5 - 7, 2022
Santa Clara Convention Center

Tina Tsou
Enterprise Architect at ARM


Tina Tsou is an Enterprise Architect at Arm, where she is responsible for designing and implementing robust strategies to establish first tier status for Arm architecture within open source communities and projects. In this role, Tina employs a comprehensive knowledge of relevant NFV/SDN collaborative open source initiatives, open source development tools, processes, build systems, packaging, continuous integration, and test methodologies. Recognized as a thought leader, she forges powerful partnerships with open source communities in support of multiple architectures, while prioritizing requirements for open source enablement in collaboration with Arm key stakeholders and relevant ecosystem partners. Tina also drives and empowers Arm’s Edge Computing Team.

Currently, Tina is Chair of the Technical Steering Committee for Akraino.

Prior to joining Arm, Tina excelled as the Digital Domain Expert for Connectivity at Philips Lighting, where she championed the company’s first NB-IoT solution, and facilitated the company’s transition from conventional lighting to LED and digital lighting technology. Additionally, she was employed by Huawei for 16 years in Technical Lead and Principal Engineer roles, where she led network architecture design, new product definition, product marketing strategy, and technology research—and developed the company’s first IPv6 network migration professional service product.

Tina has been awarded 100+ patents and 15 IETF RFCs. She earned her Bachelor of Computer Science degree from Xi’an University of Architecture and Technologies in China.

Agenda Sessions

  • IoT Area in Akraino

  • Processors & Instruction-Set Architecture Speaker Q&A Room