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HUANG Chenhong

Dell

Dr. Chenhong Huang joined Dell in 2014, and serves as the Senior Vice President of Dell and President of Dell Greater China.  As the leader for Greater China, Dell’s second largest market outside of the United States, Dr. Huang is responsible for Dell’s overall strategy and business in the Chinese market.  In light of its strategic market nature and great importance, Dell Greater China will be reporting directly to Dell Technologies headquarter in the new fiscal year commencing February, 2017.  The Dell Greater China team will be in a superb position to navigate the “In China, For China” Dell 4.0 Strategy; as well as being able to better fulfil the needs of local customers and partners in building a Future Ready IT infrastructure and solutions for tomorrow.

Dr. Huang has been the architect and promoter of the “In China, For China” Dell 4.0 Strategy, and its bold, progressive plan to elevate Dell Greater China to new heights yet seen.  Significant progress has been achieved in the following areas: establishment of the One Dell Greater China Strategy; a pledge of continuous investment in Greater China; a commitment to further integration into local ecosystems; product and solution localization; and deployment of a new GTM strategy.

In December, 2016, Dr. Huang was elected as the Vice Chairman of China Association of Enterprises with Foreign Investment(CAEFI), a MOFCOM affiliated organization.

Prior to joining Dell, Dr. Huang served as the Global Senior Vice President of Schneider Electric and President for Greater China at APC for Schneider Electric.  Dr. Huang was also the Chairman of Uniflair, a subsidiary of APC, and was a member of the Board of Directors atSchneider Great Wall Engineering (Beijing) Co., Ltd. and APC UPS Plant.

Dr. Huang’s leadership experience includes serving as the President and a member of the Board of Directors at Tellabs China.  Prior to that, Dr. Huang worked for Nortel for 17 years, overseeing its business operations in China.  Dr. Huang also held a number of other senior posts throughout his tenure with Nortel, including time served as President of Nortel China, where he was responsible for sales to telecommunication operators.

Dr. Huang earned his Ph.D. Degree in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University in 1992.  Dr. Huang earned his Bachelor's Degree in Science and Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering from Fudan University in 1983 and 1986, respectively.  Dr. Huang has published a number of academic papers and holds the ownership or co-ownership of 13 patents.