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Nina Turner

Research Manager

Nina Turner

Research Manager

Nina Turner is a Research Manager on IDC’s Enabling Technologies and Semiconductor team. Her primary responsibilities include the Semiconductor Applications Forecaster(SAF) product, mobile and wireless, and Machine-to-Machine(M2M) market research.  Ms. Turner has extensive experience in various technology industries, supply chain management, product development and management, and market and technology strategic assessment.

BACKGROUND

Ms. Turner brings more than 12 years of experience within the technology industry to IDC, including more than seven years in the semiconductor industry.  Prior to joining IDC, Ms. Turner was in operations finance at Apple, Inc. performing financial analysis and research on Apple's critical suppliers. Ms. Turner also spent a number of years in technology investment banking at Credit Suisse where she covered a wide variety of technology markets. She began her career in the semiconductor industry in product management and supply chain management at Entegris, Inc. and Intel Corporation.

EDUCATION/INDUSTRY ACCOMPLISHMENTS

  • MBA degree from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
  • M.S. degree in Material Science and Engineering from Stanford University
  • B.S. degree in Material Science and Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

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