Alexis B. Björlin
Corporate Vice President of the Data Center Group (DCG) and General Manager of the DCG Connectivity Group, Intel
Alexis B. Björlin is a corporate vice president of the Data Center Group (DCG) and general manager of the DCG Connectivity Group at Intel Corporation, a business that contributed over $800M in revenue in 2015. She is responsible for leading Intel’s data center Connectivity business, providing differentiated end-to-end data center networking connectivity solutions including Intel® Ethernet controllers, Intel® Omni-Path fabric controller and switch, and Intel® Silicon Photonics modules.
Before joining Intel, Björlin served as president of Source Photonics, where she was responsible for global business, product development, operations, and the P&L—growing the business from $30M to over $250M in revenue. She was also a member of Source Photonics board of directors. Prior to Source Photonics, Björlin served as chief optical architect for Zaffire, Inc, a venture-backed DWDM Metropolitan Networks company.
Björlin holds a bachelor of science in materials science and engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. in materials science from the University of California, Santa Barbara.