Vice President and General Manager of the 5G Infrastructure Division, Intel Corporation Network Platform Group
Caroline Chan is Vice President and General Manager of the 5G Infrastructure Division at Intel Corporation Network Platform Group, responsible for driving Intel global network infrastructure strategy and deliverables for 5G. Caroline leads this organization to identify and develop use cases that incorporate IOT, innovation in wireless technologies, and deployment models like mobile edge computing, alternative spectrums that enabled new service providers and enterprise networks. Since she joined Intel in 2009, Caroline has worked closely with telecommunication vendors, operators, and application developers; driving strategy and marketing in virtualized RAN, mini Cloud RAN and mobile edge computing. Caroline also represents Intel at industry forums. Her research interests include 5G and HetNet performance. Prior to joining Intel, Caroline was Director of Product Management at Nortel Networks where she managed a portfolio of 3G and 4G wireless infrastructure products. Caroline was born in Nanjing, China, received her BS EE from the University of Texas at Austin, and her MS EE from University of Massachusetts at Amherst. She enjoys international travel and NCAA football especially the Longhorns.