Li Song Yeoh
Li Song has more than 24 years of extensive Product and Test Development engineering experience. As Senior Director of Engineering in Qualcomm based in Singapore, he is currently leading Product and Test Engineering (PTE) teams in APAC, driving rapid design verification through IP performance characterization and development of production worthy test solutions across Digital Baseband, PMIC and Automotive products.
Li Song is currently responsible as Site Lead for Qualcomm Singapore Test Center of Excellence (TCE). Prior to Qualcomm, Li Song served as Technical Manager at Teradyne, leading Applications Engineers in Applications Development Center (ADC) in executing Test Development projects for customers. As part of his career with Teradyne, he also spent almost 2 years in Teradyne Boston as Factory Platform Applications Engineer. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Nanyang Technological University of Singapore.
Auto Industry Transformation Driving A New Frontier for Semiconductor Product Testing
The Auto industry has undergone rapid and significant transformation in the past few years. New technologies for fully Electric cars and Autonomous driving are driving unprecedented demand for more Semiconductors. The semiconductors that are used in these next generation vehicles are expected to be of the highest quality and performance, able to withstand extreme temperatures, longer life cycles, reliable connectivity and conform to highest safety standards. Qualcomm is excited to be part of this technological transformation in the Auto industry and we are well positioned to address and overcome the product and test opportunities and challenges this presents.
Qualcomm is leading the world to 5G. We are designing a unified, more capable 5G platform by inventing many new technologies to meet 5G’s expanded and radically diverse connectivity requirements. We are driving 5G NR from standardization to commercialization, contributing to 3GPP standards.
From 2019, 5G moved from a buzzword to a reality as 5G-enabled smartphones began to hit the market and carriers started offering 5G services. That’s just the beginning. It will be a platform for innovation in ways we cannot yet imagine. What’s next for 5G and key enabling technologies that will enhance the 5G experience moving forward?