Tech’s golden summer
CEO North America / June – July 2023
Technology has never moved so fast. What the summer of 1968 was for love, the summer of 2023 is shaping up to be for tech companies.
But it easy to forget that with growth comes disruption. AI applications are invading all domains of digital development from messaging to power use. Out goes the old and in comes the new, as observed by our interviewee Pat Levelle of Voxx, with frightening speed.
The cutting edge of commercial technology is no rose garden. In this edition we have showcased companies in the midst of this transitional moment, from foundational tech giant Microsoft, to nimble players such as Synchronoss building out the world’s cloud potential and Vicor creating modular power systems for the ever-growing energy requirements of the latest hardware.
We would like to say we know where it all headed, but that would be a lie. In the summer of 2023 by the time you think you know what the future holds it is already gone, like trying to examine a snowflake on your hand.
Nobody knows this better than the tech veterans filling the covers of this June-July edition of CEO North America. The combined experience of this editions CEO’s runs from the CERN particle research center in Geneva to the first AT&T mobile networks, all the way to AI and cloud computing.
So buckle in and hold your hat, as we go on a whirlwind tour of the technological lightning storm which illuminates our present.
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In Depth Interviews with…
052-059 Lisa Su, CEO, AMD
060-065 Patrizio Vinciarelli, CEO, Vicor Corporation
067-071 Asif Poonja, CEO, Fujitsu North America
072-077 Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft
078-083 Jeff Miller, CEO, Synchronoss
084-087 Patrick Lavelle, CEO, VOXX International Corporation
You can also read our previous Issues of CEO North America.