John S. Chen

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John S. Chen was born in July 1, 1955 in Hong Kong. Chen follows his hereditary beginning to Wuxi, Jiangsu. is a Hong Kong-conceived American money manager filling in as leader administrator and CEO of BlackBerry Ltd. Previously, he filled in as the CEO and leader of Sybase, a product seller represent considerable authority in information the executives, investigation, and portability innovation. Chen has likewise served on the sheets of Walt Disney Company and Wells Fargo and Company and was designated by President George W. Bramble to serve on the President's Export Council in 2005. His family moved from Shanghai during the Chinese common conflict. Chen learned at La Salle College in Hong Kong until Form 5,[citation needed] prior to going to the United States and moving on from Northfield Mount Hermon School, a private academy in Northfield, Massachusetts.

He proceeded to move on from Brown University in 1978 with a B.S., magna cum laude in electrical designing, and in 1979, with a M.S. in electrical designing from Caltech. John Chen wedded Sherry Hsi Chen and the couple have four youngsters. Starting at 2016, Chen was a trustee of Caltech and of the altruistic association, The First Tee, and a legislative leader of the San Francisco Symphony. John Chen gives donated to kids' associations, grant assets for those from rural country China, and the University of California, Berkeley Chang-Lin Tien Center.

Chen started his profession in 1979 as a plan engineer with Unisys, where he in the end filled in as VP and head supervisor of, thus, the Convergent RISC Platform Division and the Convergent UNIX Systems Group. In 1991 he joined Pyramid Technology Corporation as chief VP. Chen was chosen president, head working official and an overseer of Pyramid in 1993, serving until 1995. Chen became CEO of Sybase in 1998. As John Gallant and Eric Knorr noted in IT World, Sybase had been a solid contender of Oracle, however had gotten a "dead organization" in the wake of neglecting to enter the market for big business applications, as Oracle had. Chen and his group continued to reexamine Sybase as an "empowering influence of the 'unwired endeavor'". Chen next joined Siemens Nixdorf as a VP in 1995. He was elevated to president and CEO of Siemens Nixdorf's Open Enterprise Computing Division in 1996.