1/30/2003 - Motorola Computer Group, a part of Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT), announced Wendy Vittori as the company's newly appointed vice president and general manager. Vittori, an accomplished executive in the technology sector with a global background in both business management and the hardware and software embedded computing industries, joins Motorola Computer Group, effective immediately and will be a direct report to Dennis Carey, president and CEO, Integrated Electronics Systems Sector and Growth Platforms.
Prior to joining Motorola, Vittori served as president and CEO of OmegaBand, Inc., a high performance server I/O products company based in Austin, Texas. Previously, Vittori spent 13 years at Intel Corporation, where she held various increasingly responsible senior management positions. Most recently, she was general manager of Intel's storage components division (formerly the I/O and bridges division), a role in which she started the new division to develop embedded solutions for the storage industry, and built the business to a leading market share position. Additional Intel experience includes a leadership role in the formation of Intel's server business as the director of operations for its enterprise server group.
"Wendy's extensive and diverse experience in the computing industry makes her uniquely qualified," said Dennis Carey, president and CEO, Integrated Electronics Systems Sector and Growth Platforms. "This reinforces Motorola's commitment to bring innovation to embedded computing. Wendy will build on the group's 21-year history of driving industry standards, pioneering technologies and delivering high-value products to customers."
Vittori holds undergraduate degrees from Radcliffe College, an MBA from Northeastern University in Boston, and has completed doctoral coursework in strategic management and entrepreneurship at Harvard Business School. She currently resides in the Phoenix area and will work at Motorola Computer Group's headquarters in Tempe.
Motorola Computer Group is leading the innovation of intelligent building blocks for standards-based embedded computing. Motorola Computer Group is a business unit of the Motorola Integrated Electronic Systems Sector (IESS). More information can be found at www.motorola.com/computer.
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