Senior Vice President and General Manager, Edge Processing

Ron Martino

Experience

Ron Martino is senior vice president and general manager of Edge Processing for NXP Semiconductors. In this role, he is responsible for driving embedded compute leadership for edge processing in industrial, IoT and networking markets.

Ron is an established leader with over 30 years of experience in the microelectronics business focused on automotive electronics, embedded processing applications, high performance computing applications and semiconductor research and development.

Ron’s prior responsibilities include general manager of the i.MX application processors and advanced technology adoption in NXP’s former microcontrollers business. He achieved broad adoption and rapid growth of the i.MX application processor business across automotive and industrial applications. Ron was also the executive leader of NXP’s global microcontroller R&D organization, developing products for multiple applications across consumer, industrial and automotive segments. Responsibilities also included non-volatile memory process technology and IP module development. In addition, Ron was responsible for NXP’s joint development partnership with ST Microelectronics for automotive MCUs.

Ron joined Freescale (now NXP) in February 2008 from IBM, where he was Director of Power Architecture for MPU Business. He worked at IBM for 20 years focusing on high performance computing, networking, radio frequency (RF) communication, and gaming microelectronics. Ron also served as director of IBM’s ASIC and core IP development organization, manager of IBM’s RF product introduction organization, and manager of an advanced technology support team.

Education

Ron holds a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from Drexel University and a Master of Science in materials science from the University of Vermont.

Interests/Hobbies

Ron's interests include running half marathons, golf, boot camp fitness, red wine, and live music. Ron is also an avid foodie.

Citizenship

United States

Languages Spoken

English

Tenure

2008 - Present