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Danny Petkevich

Danny Petkevich serves as director of business development for Qualcomm
Technologies, Inc. His current responsibilities include launching Snapdragon application
processors to the embedded market, customer design, developing the third party
ecosystem, and developing vertical markets. Petkevich joined Qualcomm in 2012. Prior to joining Qualcomm, Petkevich served as vice president of engineering for Next
Level Security System, where he was responsible for the definition, development and
deployment of physical security appliance and cloud service. Prior to that, Petkevich
served as director of video and vision business unit for Texas Instruments where he
established TI as market leader in Video Security, and before that he served as director
of marketing for Freescale’s Starcore DSPs. Petkevich served as vice chairman of the Physical Security Interoperability Alliance and
also served as co-chair of the Downloadable Sounds Working Group as part of the MIDI
Manufacturers Association. Petkevich received his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Florida Atlantic
University and a Master of Science in electrical engineering from San Jose State
University. Petkevich holds seven US patents.