Qualcomm has approximately 41,000 people represented by 109 nationalities working in more than 175 locations in 30 countries. Collectively, we speak 74 languages. We strive to be a community that reflects the world which we transform every day. That means working to ensure all our people have the chance to make their mark on innovation.
At Qualcomm, as a company of inventors, we believe in the power of technology. We also believe that innovation leads to social change, and that with every exciting new invention comes the potential to transform the way we live, work and connect.
Our Company owes its success to the hard work and dedication of our employees. Our varied backgrounds, experiences, perspectives, and ideas help us increase our global awareness and are crucial to our ability to innovate.
Million Girls Moonshot seeks to re-imagine who can engineer, who can build and who can make. It aims to inspire and prepare the next generation of innovators by engaging one million more girls in STEM learning opportunities through afterschool and summer programs over the next 5 years.
Qualcomm supported the launch of Moonshot’s transformative programming as an inaugural funder and visionary leader. In our role as a founding member of the initiative, we will help create a coalition of like-minded organizations and individuals sharing our vision of STEM equity.
From smartphones to smart cities, Qualcomm® is known for developing innovations that are the backbone of the wireless world we live in. Our innovations have transformed industries and expanded the potential for extended reality, AI, and mobile. Behind every extraordinary invention are decades of extensive research that provided the spark. It’s that commitment to dedicate the necessary resources to R&D that make Qualcomm the driving force that’s taking the whole wireless industry—and the world as we know it—to amazing new places.
Wireless Reach brings advanced wireless technologies to people and communities who need it most. These programs demonstrate pioneering uses of our Company’s mobile innovations to help drive human and economic progress in underserved areas globally.
Qualcomm CFO Akash Palkhiwala discusses the company’s mobile origins and why it matters
Consider how much we rely on our smartphones every day, from texting, listening to podcasts, and taking photos to ordering goods online, streaming video, and using GPS navigation – there’s a lot of processing happening in a relatively small device. And all that processing consumes battery energy. Yet, most people’s smartphones serve them all day on a single charge. And many of those phones are enabled by power-efficient solutions created by Qualcomm Technologies.
Protecting the Health and Safety of our Employees and Communities Our employees make Qualcomm’s success possible and their health and safety is our top priority. From the onset of the COVID-19 crisis, our Emergency Operations Team (EOT) implemented a comprehensive response plan covering items such as: hygiene practices, infection-control measures, medical treatment, communication, travel policies, and human resource policies.
By Steve Mollenkopf | Chief Executive Officer, Qualcomm Incorporated
Reimagining what’s possible has been core to our successes throughout our 35-year history, but now, more than ever, we’ve seen the fundamental role wireless technology plays in helping us stay connected. During the ongoing COVID-19 health crisis, with people all over the world working beyond the office, learning beyond the classroom, and experiencing healthcare beyond the traditional doctor’s office, the potential for our technologies, especially 5G, to meet society’s needs has never been more evident.