Science & Technology
Chief Power Architect, Intel Corporation
- Member of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group Hall of Fame for his role in pioneering Bluetooth technology, which powers wireless communication between electronic devices.
- Four-time recipient of the Intel Corporation Achievement Award and runner-up for the Technology Innovation Award from Discover magazine in 1999.
- Also received the Intel Gold Environmental Award and holds over 100 patents from his career at Intel.
Notable CSU Graduates in Science & Technology
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