- CIO and Vice President, Information Technology
- Micron Technology, Inc.
Trevor Schulze is the Chief Information Officer and Vice President of Information Technology at Micron Technology, Inc., where he is responsible for providing strategic leadership to Micron’s global IT team in delivering a comprehensive portfolio of business-aligned, leading-edge technology services and solutions.
Prior to joining Micron in July 2015, Schulze served as Corporate Vice President of Enterprise Applications at Broadcom Corporation, where he oversaw direction and management of enterprise-wide IT systems supporting core business processes. At Broadcom, Schulze successfully spearheaded a multi-year, $280M business transformation of all G&A systems, cut IT development times and costs through a new mobile services framework and transition to DevOps methodology, and established a nearshore/offshore software development and support capability.
Schulze joined Broadcom after four years as Corporate Vice President of Enterprise Applications and Global Infrastructure Services at Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), where he established an IT organization focused on the development of innovative, cost-effective technology solutions that measurably improved global operations and product development. At AMD, Schulze led the successful rollout of numerous leading-edge applications and services, including an enterprise-wide SAP platform, an industry-first Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering for .NET development, a pioneering social business solution to foster collaboration and knowledge management worldwide, a private cloud for high-performance compute (HPC), and a global Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) offering.
Schulze spent the bulk of his professional career at Cisco Systems, occupying a number of strategic roles in which he drove global development and operational innovations that optimized the way the company designed, collaborated and produced products. In addition, he managed the engineering efforts of six platforms across multiple business units, ultimately generating billions of dollars in revenue.
Schulze holds a number of patents in the area of core networking, and the products he helped design have won more than 15 ‘best product’ awards from industry organizations and publications. In 2012, he was recognized with CIO Magazine’s prestigious ‘Ones to Watch’ award.