The Analyst Team
Research VP, Components and Devices
Len Jelinek manages the core strategy and research agendas for the Components and Devices team. The primary research areas within Components and Devices include Semiconductor Manufacturing, Consumer Electronics and Devices, and Display Technologies. Len specializes in developing strategies that impact the global supply chains and manufacturing of semiconductor components.
Len has worked as a market research analyst for over 20 years joining the company after 28 years of working in semiconductor manufacturing and management at ON Semiconductor and Motorola. Len has expertise in business management, financial analysis, program management, and semiconductor wafer manufacturing.
Len has developed a comprehensive database of Integrated Device Manufacturers and pure play foundries that is used by numerous companies to analyze global supply chains, regional manufacturing, and asset light strategies.
A graduate of Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry, Len also has a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Phoenix.
Senior Research Analyst
Ron Ellwanger focuses his research within the global semiconductor industry. This entails researching all major fabless, pure play foundry, and integrated device manufacturer (IDM) semiconductor companies. The research is used in numerous Omdia quarterly semiconductor manufacturing publications.
Ron also manages the Competitive Landscaping Tool, a flagship product that encompasses all major semiconductor manufacturers. Its extensive data base contains over 19 years of revenue detailing markets, applications, and devices. Prior to joining the company in 2014, Ron held numerous strategic positions at a major global semiconductor company for 30 years. He also gained extensive experience in finance, account management, supply chain, and long-range strategic planning during his employment with Motorola and Freescale Semiconductor. Ron earned his Bachelor of Science in finance from the accredited School of Business at Northern Illinois University.
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