Ronnie Vasishta leads all aspects of NVIDIA's telecom business from business management to product go-to-market strategy. As senior vice president - telecom at NVIDIA, his organization is responsible for defining and architecting next-generation virtualized, open 5G advanced and 6G networks, which act as a software-defined overlay on telecommunication networks powered by accelerated computing. His team is working with telecom operators around the world on their transformation journeys using NVIDIA’s full-stack accelerated computing platform and extensive developer ecosystems. Ronnie joined NVIDIA in 2020 from Intel, where he most recently served as the vice president and general manager of the Network and Configurable Logic Division, Data Products Group. At Intel, Ronnie’s team managed the company’s programmable business with telecom manufacturers and communication service providers. Ronnie formerly served as CEO of privately held eASIC, which focused on the telecom and storage markets and was sold to Intel in 2018. Previously, he was vice president of technical marketing at LSI Logic, a pioneer in the custom ASIC business. At LSI Logic he also held a series of engineering roles extending across wafer processing, chip design, IP and packaging.