Intel starts shifting their executives and planning for the future
Subject: General Tech | January 23, 2012 - 04:44 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The names are familiar to those of us who obsess over technology; Dadi Perlmutter, Paul Otellini, Mooly Eden, Andy Bryant and others have defined Intel for a while now and are obviously quite good at their jobs. However just as Andy Grove and others of the old guard had to change their positions at Intel after many years of service, the current stars of Intel are also beginning to age. The Register reports today on the movement of employees at Intel, which reflect a much more positive change in structure than the restructuring which recently took place at AMD.
Kirk Skaugen is a name to pay attention to, he has replaced Mooly Eden as head of PC chip operations while Mooly heads to Israel to take over Intel's operations in that country. Another name that may become very familiar is Diane Bryant, the once CIO is now general manager of the Data Centre and Connected Systems Group. Dale Perlmutter remains Intel's chief product officer, but he is one of the few that did not move. Read the full article to see which other names will help Intel in coming battles with AMD, ARM and others.
"Management changes at Intel make it more clear who might end up running the company – after the current execs decide to retire many years hence – and who is going to be leading the fight against ARM processors at the bottom of the Intel line and RISC processors at the top."
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