Principal Research Analyst
14 years at Gartner , 24 years IT industry
Roles and Responsibilities
Amy Teng is a Principal Research Analyst in Gartner's Technology and Service Provider Research group, focusing on 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 microcontroller (MCU), human-machine interaction and its enabling technologies, display, touchscreen, wearable electronics, and wireless power charge.
Areas of Coverage
Amy Teng's Recent Gartner Activity
Report Highlight for Market Trends: The Future of Mobile PC Feature Integration, 2014 Update
Market Trends: The Future of Mobile PC Feature Integration, 2014 Update
Forecast Analysis: IoT Endpoints — Sensing, Processing and Communications Semiconductors, Worldwide, 2014 Update
Prior to transferring to Gartner's Semiconductors team, Ms. Teng was a Gartner analyst covering IT services, PCs and workstations in 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. Previous to this, Ms. Teng worked for Sailing Strong as director of the product development department.
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