Todd Holmdahl is Corporate Vice President of Microsoft Quantum. Microsoft Quantum looks at areas related to Quantum Computing.
Before assuming his current role, Todd led the MSFT Health group that is focused on building a personalized health platform.
Prior to that, Todd led the Next Generation Devices group. This team launched the Microsoft Health platform and Microsoft Band and also developed the Microsoft HoloLens hardware. Todd also led the Devices team in the Interactive Entertainment Business and was responsible for the design and development of hardware and silicon in support of the division's strategy and roadmap, including Xbox One, the Xbox 360 Console, the original Xbox, Xbox Accessories, and Kinect. Todd played an instrumental role as one of the founding fathers of the Xbox brand and helped create the Xbox vision, led the console design, development and manufacturing effort, and recruited and developed an exceptionally talented team.
Todd also worked in the group responsible for developing Microsoft mouse products, which introduced innovative products such as the Microsoft Wheel Mouse and Microsoft Optical Mouse during his tenure. He joined Microsoft after working at Fluke Corp. on handheld test equipment engineering. Todd holds a master's degree and a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University.