Area(s) of expertise: global electronics industry
Summary of expertise:
Alex is the Brand Manager of EE Times. Previously, he was the Content Director of Design News. Earlier, he was editor-in-chief of InformationWeek.com. In his more than two decades as a technology editor, Alex has written for ACM Queue, Byte.com, McGraw-Hill's Electronics magazine, and IEEE Spectrum. He has served as managing editor of Mechanical Engineering magazine. He spent the 1990s at UBM's Electronic Engineering Times, where he broke the nationally known story of Intel's Pentium floating-point division bug in 1994. Alex has appeared as an industry analyst on CNN, CNBC, Fox News, and MSNBC. He's a frequent panelist and moderator at industry conferences. He holds a Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Cooper Union.
Blog/Web site: alexwolfe.net
Prior media experience:
Appearances as tech industry commentator on MSNBC, Fox News, CNN
Wolfe holds a Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Cooper Union.
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