- With over 35 years’ experience in the technology sector, Wong brings extensive strategic, operational, and financial expertise to lead Impinj’s product organisation
- Wong brings deep experience in emerging technologies, including 3D sensing, LiDAR for ADAS and autonomous driving, Li-ion EV batteries, digital power management, optical communications
Impinj, Inc has that Brian Wong will join its executive leadership team as chief product officer, effective 10th May, 2021. With over 35 years’ experience in the technology sector, Wong brings extensive strategic, operational, and financial expertise to lead Impinj’s product organisation.
Impinj CEO Chris Diorio said, “Brian’s deep business, go-to-market, and technical experience will be an incredible asset to Impinj and our partners. His track record building and growing profitable companies, leading highly productive global teams, and delivering enterprise-grade technology for mission-critical applications will take Impinj to the next level. I’m thrilled to welcome him to the Impinj team.”
As CPO, Wong will continue developing Impinj’s world-class product organisation. He will focus on advancing Impinj’s platform and enabling the company’s global partner ecosystem to develop RAIN RFID products and IoT solutions that enable and drive digital transformation at leading enterprises worldwide.
Wong said, “I am excited to join the Impinj team and drive its vision of boundless IoT—extending the Internet’s reach to trillions of everyday things through our innovative RAIN RFID products. Together with the Impinj partner ecosystem, we have an amazing opportunity to deliver real-time visibility to those everyday things and directly improve people’s lives.”
Deep experience in emerging technologies
Wong brings deep experience in emerging technologies, including 3D sensing, LiDAR for ADAS and autonomous driving, Li-ion EV batteries, digital power management, optical communications, and III-V and silicon semiconductors. Before joining Impinj, he served as CEO of four companies, including TriLumina (acquired by Lumentum), Enevate Corporation, D2Audio Corporation (acquired by Intersil), and Primarion (acquired by Infineon.
He started his career at TRW developing electronics for spacecraft and helped lead the effort to leverage the technology into commercial applications. Wong was also chairman of the Austin Technology Council and held board director roles at TriLumina, Sarda Technologies, Enevate, Kotura, D2Audio, and Integral Wave Technologies.