Dan Leibholz

Dan Leibholz

Senior Vice President, Digital Business Unit

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As the Senior Vice President of Digital Business Unit (DBU), Dan Leibholz serves as a driving force behind ADI's intelligent edge strategy, defining digital platforms and architectures across the portfolio. In this role, Dan oversees critical products and technologies such as processors, digital ASICs, security, IP, and AI/ML solutions which enable ADI's customers to harness analog, digital and software to drive their success.

Previously, Dan held the position of Chief Technology Officer, where he developed and led ADI’s long-term technology strategy for applications across the company’s end markets, working closely with ADI's business units and manufacturing operations to drive ADI's competitive advantage. He was responsible for identifying, sourcing, and cultivating new business, technology and research opportunities, as well as developing foundational technology capabilities in support of our markets and customers.

Earlier, Dan held the position of Vice President of the Communications Business Unit, during which time he oversaw a period of tremendous growth in the Business Unit as the company delivered best in class offerings for 4G and 5G in the wireless market and continued success in optical networking. Prior to that, he served as Vice President of ADI’s Consumer business, and Vice President of ADI’s Embedded Systems Product and Technology Group. Dan joined ADI in 2008 as Director of Engineering for ADI’s Digital Signal Processing business.

Prior to joining ADI, Dan served as an Engineering Director and Fellow at Advanced Micro Devices, and as a Distinguished Engineer at Sun Microsystems, having leadership responsibilities for processor architecture and development. He was also a Consulting Engineer at Digital Equipment Corp. and is listed as an inventor on 18 patents in computer architecture.

Dan earned his BSEE and MSEE degrees from Brown University and serves on Brown’s School of Engineering Corporate Advisory Board and is the chairman of the board for the Massachusetts Science and Engineering Fair.