Arm today announced restructuring of its business groups: Automotive, Client (consumer technology), Infrastructure and IoT and leadership team to manage the business units.
Dipti Vachani will lead growth in the automotive market as Senior Vice President (SVP) and General Manager (GM) of the Automotive LoB. Over the past three years Dipti has spearheaded both Automotive and IoT. She will now focus on automotive success with renewed intensity as IoT separates into its own unit.
Paul Williamson will move from heading up Client business to running the IoT business as SVP and GM of the IoT LoB. Before leading the Client team, Paul ran security, IoT and wireless groups at Arm and has been involved in connected devices since the early days of Bluetooth, developing innovative products for consumer, medical and industrial markets.
Chris Bergey, who formerly led Infrastructure group during a critical phase of Neoverse adoption, will become SVP and GM of the Client LoB. Chris brings previous experience from a long-standing role in the mobile and wireless sector at Broadcom to this new position.
Mohamed Awad, who played a key role running the IoT business prior to this, will join the Arm Executive Committee and lead the Infrastructure team as SVP and GM of the Infrastructure LoB. Prior to his focus on IoT, Mohamed was part of the leadership team within the infrastructure group, driving critical momentum for Arm’s Neoverse product family.
“Five years ago, we made the shift to organize around market segments, and the growth across each of these lines of business is a testament to that strategy – we remain fully focused on delivering growth in these markets,” Rene Haas, CEO of Arm said in a blog post. released today.
“By rotating this leadership team into new positions, we’re making room to allow for fresh perspectives, renewed focus and growth opportunities, and setting Arm up for further success at this critical point of the company’s growth trajectory.”