The old and new director is returning to Intel.
The board of directors of the American company Intel has appointed Pat Gelsinger as the new director. He was to take up this post on February 15, 2021. He had previously worked for the company and was responsible for several years of the company’s rule in the field of processors. Gelsinger started at Intel when Moore worked there as an 80486 processor architect, leading fourteen different microprocessor projects. At the same time, he was a key figure in the birth of the Core and Xeon processor lines.
Until mid-February, the company will be managed by the current director Bob Swan. The company’s board of directors justified the change in the director’s position by saying that it is not related to the previous economic results, but the company also expects to exceed the revenues for the last quarter.
According to Intel, it has advanced in the 7nm production process, which it plans to inform in more detail later. The company’s board of directors is convinced that this exchange will continue the well-established process of transformation from CPU to multi-architecture XPU.
After leaving Intel in 2009, Gelsinger joined EMC until 2012, where he was responsible for overseeing technical and operational backup and recovery, RSA security, and storage as CEO and president. At that time, he became the director of WMware, when the company became a leader in the cloud infrastructure and at the same time tripled the company’s profits.
He can only hope that under his leadership, Intel will be able to stand on its own two feet and be a worthy competitor to AMD, which is currently beginning to reign in the field of CPUs.
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