Industry 4.0: Navigating Disruptive Technologies in Manufacturing

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Advanced technologies and services can have a transformative effect in cost, product quality and productivity, substantially increasing the bottom line for manufacturing companies.

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Peter currently serves as the Managing Director for Asia Pacific & Japan Mega Region. In this role Peter is responsible for developing and implementing the end to end engagement and sales strategy covering OEMs, Add-In-Board partners, distribution, resellers, VAR/SI, retailers and end users. Peter’s team is accountable for revenues generated across AMDs key product verticals including Component, Consumer, Commercial and Server. With over 24 years in sales and management, Peter excels in creating innovative strategies for global brand development. His expertise and experience have allowed him to implement key solutions and partnerships to enable customers to effectively and competitively position their AMD platforms in the market. Previously responsible for leading the Consumer Sales team for AMD APJ, he led the team to 9 consecutive quarters of YoY growth. He is focused on challenging the perceptions of AMD in the market and educating partners and consumers alike on the performance and value AMD products provide.