HTC’s Global Executive Vice President, Jason Mackenzie, has made the announcement that he has left the company after 12 years. Mackenzie helped lead the work that successfully brought Vive to market last year. Mackenzie released the information via his Twitter account as @JasonBMac24.
Last week, we reported that HTC’s senior designer, Claude Zellweger, had resigned to work for Google on its Daydream VR platform. Mackenzie, however, has made it public knowledge that in his case, he is not leaving HTC for another position, as this Tweet shows:
The decision to leave seems amicable though, as Mackenzie is careful to thank TeamHTC in his Tweet saying, "It was a great run & I feel blessed."