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Amy Teng
Amy Teng
Principal Research Analyst
Taipei Taiwan, Roc
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Years of Experience
14 years at Gartner
25 years IT industry
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Roles and Responsibilities
Amy Teng is a Principal Research Analyst in Gartner Research, where she is part of the Semiconductor Applications and Devices research group. Based in Taiwan, Ms. Teng is responsible for teardown and tablet production research. Her coverage includes component supply and technology trends of tablets and ultramobiles, particularly from observing Taiwan-based ODMs and key part suppliers in Greater China. Her recent research has focused on display, touchscreen, wearable electronics, low-cost tablets and wireless power charge.
Previous Experience
Prior to transferring to Gartner's Semiconductor team, Ms. Teng was Gartner's IT services, PC and workstation analyst for Taiwanese and Asia/Pacific markets for six years. Prior to joining Gartner, Ms. Teng worked at Acer for seven years, where she led the service information department, responsible for serviceability and usability reviews for Acer's own and contract manufacturing PC OEMs. Previous to this, Ms. Teng worked for Sailing Strong as director of the product development department.
Professional Background
Acer Computer , Manager of Service Information Department , 7 years
Ellie Computer , Sales Representative, 1 year
Sailing Strong , Manager of Product Engineering Department , 4 years
Bachelor's degree, Electronic Engineering, National Taipei University of Technology
Chinese - Mandarin
Chinese - Taiwanese

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Forecast Analysis: Electronics and Semiconductors, Worldwide, 2Q14 15-Aug-2014 Jon Erensen, Bryan Lewis, Hiroyuki Shimizu, Adriana Blanco, Masao Kuniba, Andrew Norwood, Joseph Unsworth, Steve Ohr, Ganesh Ramamoorthy, Michele Reitz, Paul O'Donovan, Amy Teng, Ben Lee, James F. Hines, Nolan Reilly
Forecast Overview: PC and Ultramobile Production and Semiconductors, Worldwide, 2014 06-Aug-2014 Ben Lee, Amy Teng, Sergis Mushell, Ganesh Ramamoorthy
Computex 2014 Showcases the Intensifying Momentum in Ultramobile, Wearables and Cognizant Computing 21-Jul-2014 Amy Teng, Jamie Wang, Roger Sheng
Hype Cycle for Semiconductors and Electronics Technologies, 2014 11-Jul-2014 Amy Teng
Semiconductor Forecast Database, Worldwide, 2Q14 Update 25-Jun-2014 Nolan Reilly, Bryan Lewis, Ben Lee, Paul O'Donovan, James F. Hines, Hiroyuki Shimizu, Jamie Wang, Adriana Blanco, Masao Kuniba, Andrew Norwood, Amy Teng, Jon Erensen, Joseph Unsworth, Peter Middleton, Masatsune Yamaji, Steve Ohr, Ganesh Ramamoorthy, Brady Wang, Tim Mahon, Michele Reitz, Sergis Mushell, Adib Carl Ghubril, Mark Hung, Roger Sheng