Greg White has more than 25 years of experience at the VP, SVP, and COO levels of public companies in the technology space. He has particular expertise in turnarounds and operations leadership. White applies these talents to consistently achieve exponential growth of sales and profits.
Known for his unique blend of P&L abilities and business development acumen, White is advising SOLIDleaders’ CEO in best practices of growing the organization.
Since 2011, White has served in a leadership capacity, covering North American Central Region Sales for Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC). Here, he is capitalizing on his high-level relationships with industry leaders such as TI, Freescale, Silicon Labs, ON Semi, Cirrus Logic, and numerous start-ups to position TSMC to achieve next-level performance.
Previously, White served as SVP and General Manager at Anadigics. There, he drove P&L in the RF Handset and Broadband businesses. He led development of their leading-edge Long Term Evolution (LTE) product family. He produced over 50 new products and defined their next generation Smart Power Amplifier architecture.
From 2006 to 2009, White held the position of Corporate VP and General Manager for AMD, a $2.5B global microprocessor business. He ran the Desktop and Embedded Division, during which he returned the Embedded business to profitability. He also developed the low power new form factor Desktop business, doubled global distribution and channel business, and directed design and development of key OEM Consumer Desktop platforms.
White worked in a series of positions with Motorola beginning in 1980. From 2002 to 2006, he served as VP and Senior Director of Operations, during which he ran Motorola’s Networking Communication Processor business. There, he affected a major turnaround and brought this $500M division back to growth and profitability. White provided leadership in the generation of two new products that made Electrical Design News Magazine’s top 100 most innovative products list. He restored Motorola to its place as a significant player in the communications processor business. He also led the acquisition of Intellectual Property, was instrumental in spinning out Freescale from Motorola, and was ultimately responsible for 200 employees and a $500M networking and communications business.
In addition to his board role with SOLID, White has served on the board of directors for Theseus Logic, a start-up company, and was Chairman of the Board for Pico Design. He holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Nebraska and has completed advance studies at the Management Institute, University of Texas at Austin.