Barron's US newspaper recently released a list of 30 best executives in 2019. The most notable mention is that of Nvidia's CEO, Mr. Jensen Huang, who joined Barron's list in 2018. was replaced by female doctor Lisa Su, AMD CEO. Both the web version and the paper magazine of Barron’s have articles about Dr. Su, with the feat of bringing the "red team" back to computer hardware play after years of being abandoned by two rivals Intel and Nvidia. AMD CEO is on par with the directors of other giant corporations, such as Disney's Bob Iger, Microsoft's Satya Nadella …
Besides, there are other famous faces in the world technology village. We will talk about that later.
Taking up the position of CEO of Advanced Micro Devices in 2014, Dr. Su spent several years reorienting the group as it is now. Under her leadership, AMD began releasing Polaris's Zen and GPU processors and achieved a lot of success (thanks in part to the virtual currency fever). ), but both of these architectures are planned for production research since the former AMD CEO Rory Read. Newly released Zen 2 GPU generation is the first product Ms. Su contributed to developing the direction from the first steps. Although Zen 2 itself has not yet been released, it has been praised for incorporating TSMC's 7nm semiconductor manufacturing process, strong improvements in architecture, and the application of chiplet design to create products. High-performance products.
One of the keys to Ms Su's success is the knowledge of electrical engineers. She said: "I like to sit with engineers, go to the labs and feel the challenge is going on there, because of that I have the best decisions." Barron's describes AMD. as a force capable of overthrowing Intel properly, and predicting AMD will have impressive growth in the coming years. They not only launched the Zen 2 CPU generation but also signed a contract to provide hardware for Sony and Microsoft with the next generation of consoles, as well as Google's data centers with the upcoming cloud gaming Stadia project.
Meanwhile, talking about Nvidia, Barron's removed Jensen Huang from the list because the company was "disappointed with the generation of Turing graphics processors, the key to their continued dominance in gaming." 7nm Zen 2 and Navi CPUs and GPUs, AMD can completely create a high-end and high-end market push, from computers, handheld devices to consoles.
Barron's list of the top 30 CEOs in 2019 also has other names for the global technology village: Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos (Amazon), Reed Hasting (Netflix), Satya Nadella (Microsoft), Shantanu Narayen ( Adobe), Larry Page (Alphabet, Google's parent corporation). Other names may include billionaires Warren Buffett, CEO Marillyn Hewson of Lockheed Martin and Ma Huateng of Tencent.
30 Best CEOs of 2019 by Barron's poll:
- Mary Barra, General Motors
- Jeffrey Bezos, Amazon.com
- Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway
- Gary Dickerson, Applied Materials
- Mary Dillon, Ulta Beauty
- Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan Chase
- Steve Easterbrook, McDonald’s
- Richard Fain, Royal Caribbean Cruises
- Henry Fernandez, MSCI
- Laurence Fink, BlackRock
- Reed Hastings, Netflix
- Marillyn Hewson, Lockheed Martin
- Ma Huateng, Tencent Holdings
- Robert Iger, Walt Disney
- Craig Jelinek, Costco Wholesale
- Dave Lewis, Tesco
- Brian Moynihan, Bank of America
- Satya Nadella, Microsoft
- Shantanu Narayen, Adobe
- Larry Page, Alphabet
- François-Henri Pinault, Kering
- James Robo, NextEra Energy
- Stephen Schwarzman, Blackstone Group
- Arne Sorenson, Marriott International
- Jeffrey Sprecher, Intercontinental Exchange
- Lisa Su, Advanced Micro Devices
- Jayshree Ullal, Arista Networks
- Miles White, Abbott Laboratories
- Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook