Chen Wen-ch'i

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Chen Wen-ch'i
2007 VIA Technologies Forum Wenchi Chen.jpg
Born (1955-11-16) November 16, 1955 (age 66)
CitizenshipTaiwan
United States
EducationCalifornia Institute of Technology
Alma materNational Taiwan University and California Institute of Technology
OccupationEntrepreneur
EmployerVIA Technologies
Known forContributions to VIA
Spouse(s)Cher Wang
Chen Wen-ch'i
Traditional Chinese陳文琦
Simplified Chinese陈文琦

Chen Wen-ch'i (Chinese: 陈文琦; pinyin: Chén Wénqí, born (1955-11-16)November 16, 1955) is a Taiwanese-American entrepreneur who has been President and CEO of VIA Technologies, Inc. since 1992.

Prior to VIA, Chen co-founded and was President and CEO of Symphony Laboratories. He also held positions of Sales & Marketing VP at high tech start-up ULSI and senior architect at Intel. Chen holds a master's degree in electrical engineering from National Taiwan University and a masters in computer science from the California Institute of Technology.[citation needed]

In June 2008, The Forbes ranked him with his wife Cher Wang, the chairperson of HTC, as the fifth richest of Taiwan.[1] Forbes estimated his net worth to be around US$850 million in May 2016.[2]

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  1. ^ "Taiwan's Richest: #5 Cher Wang & Wen Chi Chen". Forbes. Retrieved 2008-08-07.
  2. ^ "Chen Wenchi & Wang Cher". Forbes.

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