Andy D. BryantChairman of the Board
Andy D. Bryant is chairman of the Board of Directors.
Bryant joined Intel in 1981 as controller for the Commercial Memory Systems Operation and in 1983 became Systems Group Controller. In 1987 he was promoted to director of Finance for the corporation, and was appointed vice president and director of Finance of the Intel Products Group in 1990. Bryant became CFO in February 1994, and was promoted to senior vice president in January 1999. Bryant expanded his role to Chief Financial and Enterprise Services Officer in December 1999. In October 2007, Bryant was named Chief Administrative Officer. In 2009 Bryant's responsibilities expanded to include the Technology and Manufacturing Group. Bryant was named a director and vice chairman of Intel's Board of Directors in July 2011 and chairman of the Board in May 2012
Prior to joining Intel, he held positions in finance at Ford Motor Company and Chrysler Corporation. Bryant holds a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Missouri and a master's degree in business administration with a concentration in finance from the University of Kansas.
Brian M. KrzanichChief Executive Officer
Brian M. Krzanich was appointed chief executive officer of Intel Corporation and elected a member of the board of directors on May 16, 2013. He is the sixth CEO in the company's history, succeeding Paul S. Otellini.
Krzanich has progressed through a series of technical and leadership roles at Intel, most recently serving as the chief operating officer (COO) since January 2012. As COO, his responsibilities included leading an organization of more than 50,000 employees spanning Intel's Technology and Manufacturing Group, Intel Custom Foundry, supply chain operations, the NAND Solutions group, human resources, information technology and Intel's China strategy.
His open-minded approach to problem solving and listening to customers' needs has extended the company's product and technology leadership and created billions of dollars in value for the company. In 2006, he drove a broad transformation of Intel's factories and supply chain, improving factory velocity by more than 60 percent and doubling customer responsiveness. Krzanich is also involved in advancing the industry's transition to lower cost 450mm wafer manufacturing through the Global 450 Consortium as well as leading Intel's strategic investment in lithography supplier ASML.
Prior to becoming COO, Krzanich held senior leadership positions within Intel's manufacturing organization. He was responsible for Fab/Sort Manufacturing from 2007-2011 and Assembly and Test from 2003 to 2007. From 2001 to 2003, he was responsible for the implementation of the 0.13-micron logic process technology across Intel's global factory network. From 1997 to 2001, Krzanich served as the Fab 17 plant manager, where he oversaw the integration of Digital Equipment Corporation's semiconductor manufacturing operations into Intel's manufacturing network. The assignment included building updated facilities as well as initiating and ramping 0.18-micron and 0.13-micron process technologies. Prior to this role, Krzanich held plant and manufacturing manager roles at multiple Intel factories.
Krzanich began his career at Intel in 1982 in New Mexico as a process engineer. He holds a bachelor's degree in Chemistry from San Jose State University and has one patent for semiconductor processing. Krzanich is also a member of the board of directors of the Semiconductor Industry Association.
Renée J. JamesPresident
Renée J. James is President of Intel Corporation and is part of the company's Executive Office.
James has broad knowledge of the computing industry, spanning hardware, manufacturing, security, software and services, which she developed through product R&D leadership positions at Intel and as chairman of Intel's software subsidiaries. James has also been an overall leader in the development and implementation of the corporate strategy.
During her 25 plus year career at Intel, James has spearheaded the company's strategic expansion into providing proprietary and open source software and services for applications in enterprise, security and cloud-based computing. In her most recent role as executive vice president and general manager of the Software and Services Group, she was responsible for Intel's global software and services strategy, revenue, profit, and product R&D. In this role, James led Intel's strategic relationships with the world's leading device and enterprise operating systems companies. Previously, she was the director and COO of Intel Online Services, Intel's datacenter services business. Early in her career James also served as chief of staff for former Intel CEO Andy Grove.
James is a Presidential Appointee of the National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee. She also serves as a non-executive director on the Vodafone Group Plc Board of Directors and is a member of the Remuneration Committee. She served 7 years as independent director on the VMware Inc. Board of Directors and was a member of the Audit Committee. She is also a member of the C200.
Most recently James was nominated to Fortune's Most Powerful Women in Business list, ranking 27th and was named on Forbes 100 list at number 37. She holds a bachelor's degree and an MBA from the University of Oregon.
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William M. HoltExecutive Vice President
General Manager, Technology and Manufacturing Group
Bill Holt is executive vice president and general manager of the Technology and Manufacturing Group (TMG) at Intel Corporation. He is responsible for technology development and the company's worldwide manufacturing operations, including component fabrication, assembly and test, customer fulfillment and supply chain management. He is also responsible for corporate quality assurance, corporate services and non-volatile memory. Additionally, Holt oversees research and development in the areas of wafer process, package assembly and test, and design and technology computer-aided tools.
Holt began his Intel career in DRAM development in 1974 where he worked as a development engineer and then manager until 1985. He was involved with Intel DRAMs from the 4K through the 1MB generations in product engineering, test engineering, circuit design and CAD tool development. He then assumed responsibility for the definition of design rules, devices and test chips for logic technologies. Holt was the program manager for the development of Intel's first BiCMOS process. He managed factory automation development for the 0.35 µm generation.
In 1999, Holt became co-director of the Logic Technology Development organization, which is responsible for the research, definition and development of new generations of logic technologies, advanced circuit design, advanced patterning, test technology and process and circuit simulation tools.
Holt was appointed vice president in January 1999. In 2003, he was elected corporate vice president. Holt has been the general manager of TMG since March, 2005. He was promoted to senior vice president in 2006 and executive vice president in 2013.
Under Holt's direction, Intel has led the industry in introducing revolutionary transistor technologies such as 90nm strained silicon in 2003, 45nm high-k metal gate in 2007, and 22nm tri-gate transistors in 2011. Intel continues to lead the industry in high volume ramp of new technology nodes, such as 65nm in 2005, 45nm in 2007, 32nm in 2009, and 22nm in 2011.
Holt is a graduate of the University of Illinois, where he received his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering in 1974. He received his master's in electrical engineering from the University of Santa Clara in 1979. Holt received the University of Illinois ECE Distinguished Alumni Award in 2007 for technical contribution to development of Intel technologies and leadership in the microelectronics industry. He is the 2013 recipient of the IEEE Frederik Philips Award for leadership in the development and high-volume manufacturing of leading-edge logic technologies. Holt Chairs the STARnet Governing Council advisory board to the Semiconductor Research Corporation and is a member of the Visiting Committee on Advanced Technology (VCAT) of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
Thomas M. KilroyExecutive Vice President
Tom Kilroy is executive vice president and works in the Corporate Strategy office for Intel Corporation.
Kilroy joined Intel in 1990 as a regional sales manager for the Personal Computer Enhancements Operation, where he was responsible for creating Intel's branded sales operation in the central United States. In 1993, he was promoted to North America sales manager for Intel's Reseller Channel Operation (RCO). He was promoted to general manager for RCO in 1996 where he assumed responsibility for Intel's global channel business and was appointed vice president in 2000.
In 2002 Kilroy became vice president in the Sales and Marketing Group and general manager of the Communications Sales Organization, where he led global sales of Intel's communications products. A year later he was named co-president of Intel Americas, Inc., where he was responsible for all sales and marketing activities in North America and South America.
In 2005 Kilroy became a corporate officer, named vice president and co-general manager of Intel's Digital Enterprise Group. This was Intel's largest business including the server, business client, embedded, and visual computing platform operating groups.
Kilroy was named senior vice president and general manager of SMG In 2009, where he was responsible for all of the company's sales and marketing efforts around the world. During his tenure in SMG, he was promoted to executive vice president in 2012.
Prior to joining Intel, Kilroy held sales and channel management positions with Burroughs Corporation and Wang Laboratories. He received his bachelor's degree in business administration from Western Illinois University in 1979.
Stacy J. SmithExecutive Vice President
Chief Financial Officer
Stacy J. Smith is executive vice president and chief financial officer (CFO) for Intel Corporation. In this role, he is responsible for leading the Worldwide Finance Organization and overseeing Finance, accounting and reporting, Tax, Treasury, Internal Audit, Investor Relations, Intel Capital and Information Technology.
Smith joined Intel in 1988 and has held positions in Finance, Sales and Marketing, and Information Technology. In March of 2006 he was appointed assistant chief financial officer. He has also held the position of chief information officer where he was responsible for Intel's Information Technology Group. He was the general manager of Intel Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) where he was responsible for Intel product sales and marketing in the EMEA region. Smith became vice president of Sales and Marketing in 2002. Over the years, he has held Finance positions in various divisions, Components Manufacturing, Systems Manufacturing, and Sales and Marketing. He has been located with Intel in the US, Asia, Europe, and Latin America.
Smith is a graduate from the University of Texas where he earned his MBA degree in Finance in 1988. He serves on the board of directors of Autodesk Inc., a 3-D design, engineering and entertainment software company, and also serves on the board of directors of Virgin America, and the board of directors of the American Heart Association, a non-profit organization.
Arvind SodhaniExecutive Vice President
President, Intel Capital
Arvind Sodhani is executive vice president of Intel Corporation and president of Intel Capital.
Sodhani was elected vice president by the board of directors in May 1990, served as senior vice president from 2005 to 2007 and was promoted to executive vice president in December 2007.
He joined Intel in 1981 as assistant treasurer of Intel Europe, was promoted to the position of assistant treasurer of the corporation in August, 1984 and was named treasurer in July 1988. As Intel's treasurer, Sodhani was responsible for treasury, investor relations, corporate credit, mergers and acquisitions, post contracts management and risk management.
He became president of Intel Capital in March 2005. Intel Capital, Intel's strategic investment arm, directs the company's external investments in support of Intel's strategic objectives.
Sodhani served as a member of the NASDAQ Stock Market, Inc. board of directors from 1997 – 2007.He also served as a member of the SMART Technologies, Inc. board of directors from 2007-2013.
He received a master's degree in business administration from the University of Michigan.
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Sohail U. AhmedSenior Vice President
Director, Logic Technology Development
Sohail U. Ahmed is senior vice president and director of Logic Technology Development for Intel Corporation. Ahmed is responsible for the development and deployment of next-generation silicon logic technologies that will produce future Intel microprocessors.
Ahmed joined Intel in 1984, working as a process engineer. He has held several technical and management positions in logic process development, contributing to the development of patterning and thin film technology. Ahmed also worked on the development and transfer to high-volume manufacturing of the last eight generations of process technology. Most recently, he managed all logic technology patterning development, which included the deployment of advanced lithography into manufacturing.
Ahmed received a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from the University of Southern California in 1981. He earned a master's degree in chemical engineering from the University of California, Davis in 1982.
Diane M. BryantSenior Vice President
General Manager, Data Center Group
Diane M. Bryant is senior vice president and general manager of the Data Center Group for Intel Corporation. Bryant leads the worldwide organization that develops the products and technologies that power nine of every 10 servers sold worldwide, generating more than $11 billion in revenue in 2013.
In her current role, she manages the data center P&L, strategy and product development for enterprise, cloud service providers, telecommunications, and high-performance computing infrastructure, spanning server, storage, and network solutions.Bryant is building the foundation for continued growth by driving new products and technologies–from high-end co-processors for supercomputers to high-density systems for the cloud, to solutions for big data analytics.
Previously, Bryant was corporate vice president and chief information officer of Intel. She was responsible for the corporate-wide information technology solutions and services that enabled Intel's business strategies for growth and efficiency.
Bryant received her bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from U.C. Davis in 1985 and joined Intel the same year. She attended the Stanford Executive Program and holds four U.S. patents.
Shmuel (Mooly) EdenSenior Vice President
General Manager, Perceptual Computing
President, Intel Israel
Shmuel (Mooly) Eden is senior vice president, general Manager of Perceptual Computing and president of Intel Israel. In this capacity, he is responsible for overseeing all Intel Israel operations and strategy.
Eden joined Intel in 1982. He has held numerous technical and management positions in microprocessor design for several Intel microprocessors, including the Intel® Pentium® processor with MMX™ technology. From 1999 to 2003, Eden was director and general manager of the Israel Development Center. He was responsible for the development of mobile microprocessors and chipsets, including Intel® Centrino® Processor Technology and the Intel® Pentium® M processor. In 2004 Eden served as vice president and director of marketing for the Mobile Platforms Group, responsible for driving growth in the notebook computing segment. In 2005 he was promoted to vice president and general manager of the Mobile Platforms Group, responsible for ramping the notebook category. In 2009 he was promoted to vice president and general manager of the PC client group where he oversaw platform planning, architecture, enabling and marketing of Intel's PC solutions for the desktop and mobile computing segments. In 2012 Eden returned to Israel where he has been serving as president of Intel Israel as well as general manager of Perceptual Computing, an organization he established in 2011.
Prior to joining Intel in 1982, Eden was an engineer for Tadiran Communication, Ltd.
Eden received a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the Technion Institute of Technology in Israel in 1973 and a senior business management degree from Jerusalem University. He taught as an adjunct senior lecturer at the MBA program of the Technion Institute of Technology from 1999 to 2002.
Amir FaintuchSenior Vice President
General Manager, Platform Engineering Group
Amir Faintuch is corporate senior vice president and general manager of the Platform Engineering Group at Intel Corporation. In this role, he leads numerous worldwide engineering teams that are responsible for the IP design, system-on-chip (SoC) development, manufacturing and validation of the company's overall chip portfolio across Intel businesses.
Prior to joining Intel, Faintuch was president of Qualcomm Atheros, a large subsidiary of Qualcomm Inc., where he managed the company's networking, connectivity infrastructure and emerging Internet of Things semiconductor businesses. He also managed worldwide technical execution growing the business into a leadership position on a large scale spanning multiple wireless and wired technologies across market segments.
Faintuch also previously served as senior vice president and general manager of Qualcomm Atheros' Consumer Business Unit, overseeing the company's wireless connectivity and location technologies.
Faintuch also held prior senior management roles at Atheros, including vice president and general manager of the company's Mobile Wireless business unit. Prior to joining Atheros, Faintuch was senior director at Texas Instruments.
Faintuch earned his bachelor's degree in economics and business administration from Haifa University in Israel. He also holds a dual MBA degree in high technology management from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and the Recanati Business School at Tel Aviv University.
Gregory R. PearsonSenior Vice President
General Manager, Sales and Marketing Group
Greg R. Pearson is senior vice president and general manager of the Sales and Marketing Group at Intel Corporation. His current responsibilities include managing numerous global sales organizations, and the overall sales operations for Intel's Sales and Marketing Group. Currently, Pearson is spearheading the transformation of innovative sales approaches to open up new channels and enhanced customer relationships.
Prior to 2008, Pearson ran Intel's geography sales and marketing organizations serving as president of Intel America's and also Intel Japan.
Pearson has held numerous positions with Intel's sales organization since 1983, directing worldwide teams and living abroad in Europe and Japan. Prior to his most recent geography posts, he directed the worldwide sales organization that sold communications products to wireless handset, network infrastructure and embedded computing customers. Pearson managed a sales and marketing team from 1999 to 2000 that focused on Internet service providers. Prior to that, he managed Intel's northern and central Europe sales and marketing organization. Pearson has also managed Intel's worldwide Compaq Computer Corporation sales account, served as a field sales engineer and worked with communications and embedded computing customers.
Pearson received a bachelor's degree in business, with a concentration on computers and microelectronics, from the University of Wisconsin in 1983.
Kirk B. SkaugenSenior Vice President
General Manager, PC Client Group
Kirk Skaugen is senior vice president and general manager of the PC Client Group for Intel Corporation. Skaugen is leading Intel's efforts in once again transforming the personal computer industry with Ultrabook™, All-in-Ones, and a new category of 2 in 1 computing devices. Skaugen manages the consumer and business client segments which includes the Intel® Core™, Pentium® and Celeron™ family of processors and related chipsets, wired and wireless client Ethernet, Thunderbolt™, and home gateways. He is also responsible for driving Intel's corporate-wide user experience initiatives.
Prior to this role, Skaugen led Intel's Datacenter and Connected Systems Group from $6.1B to over $10 billion in 3 years. He was responsible for strategy and product development for Intel's enterprise datacenter, cloud computing, communications infrastructure, high performance computing, workstations, storage and networking solutions, and intelligent connected device platforms powering the "internet of things". His product responsibilities included Intel® Xeon® processors, Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors and Itanium® processors and related chipsets, Intel's wired enterprise networking, server motherboards and systems, and related software and services.
During his Intel career, Skaugen was located in Asia as general manager of the Asia Pacific Solutions Group, with responsibility for the development and deployment of optimized software and solutions from Asia for Intel's client and server platforms. Skaugen has also held a number of positions within Intel's sales and marketing organization, including microprocessor product management, distribution business management and client and enterprise global OEM account management.
Skaugen received his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Purdue University. He joined Intel in 1992.
Richard G. A. TaylorSenior Vice President
Director, Human Resources
Richard Taylor is senior vice president and director of Human Resources for Intel Corporation. In this role he oversees all human resources policies and programs for the company worldwide.
Taylor joined Intel in 1986 as European audit manager. From 1989 to 1997 he held positions of United Kingdom finance manager, European controller, controller mobile computing group and director of operations Europe. Taylor was promoted in 1998 to corporate controller, and in 1999 his duties were expanded to include delivery of worldwide employee services.
Prior to joining Intel, Taylor was a corporate auditor for Mobil Oil Corporation from 1981 to 1986. He worked as an audit manager with Deloitte and Touche from 1976 to 1981.
Taylor received his bachelor's degree in psychology from Southampton University in the United Kingdom in 1976. He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants.
Christopher YoungSenior Vice President
General Manager, Intel Security Group
Christopher Young is senior vice president and general manager of the Intel Security Group at Intel Corporation. In this role, Young leads Intel's security business across hardware and software platforms, including McAfee and Intel's other security assets, generating revenue exceeding $3 billion.
Prior to joining Intel, Young served as senior vice president at Cisco's Security Business Group. In this role, he was responsible for strategy, engineering and product development for the company's global security business.
Before that, Young served as senior vice president and general manager at VMware, where he led engineering, product development and marketing for desktop virtualization, consumer and end user offerings. He also served as senior vice president of products for RSA, the security division of EMC.
A recognized security expert, Young speaks regularly at a variety of industry events, such as the RSA Conference, InfoSec and the Gartner IT Security Summit. He currently sits on the board of directors of Rapid7 and has served on the Princeton University board of trustees. Young has been recognized as one of the 100 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America by Savoy magazine and has received an Achievement Award from the Black Engineer of the Year organization.
Young holds a bachelor's degree, cum laude, from Princeton University and an MBA degree with distinction from the Harvard Business School.
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Michael A. BellVice President
General Manager, New Devices Group
Michael A. Bell is corporate vice president and general manager of the New Devices Group for Intel Corporation. In his role, Bell leads a global team chartered with developing products and technologies that will enhance and extend Intel's product portfolio into new areas of computing, including wearable technology. Previously, Bell co-lead the Mobile and Communications Group with Hermann Eul, a worldwide organization focused on the development of hardware, software and connectivity ingredients for phones, tablets, Ultrabook™ and other mobile devices, and complete system solutions.
Prior to joining Intel in 2010, Bell was part of the executive management team at Palm Inc. From 2007 to 2010 he served as senior vice president of product development. He was responsible for all aspects of product strategy, development and deployment, bringing the Palm PRE, the Palm PIXI and many more products to market. Prior to his time at Palm, Bell was vice president, CPU Software, Macintosh Hardware Division, at Apple Inc. Over the course of his career at Apple, spanning 1991 to 2007, he made significant contributions to the iMac, Apple TV and iPhone programs.
Bell earned his bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania in 1988.
Rani N. BorkarVice President
General Manager, Product Development Group
Rani N. Borkar is corporate vice president and general manager of the Product Development Group for Intel Corporation. In this role she is responsible for driving Intel's silicon development strategy and product integration spanning the breadth of Intel's wide product portfolio.
Borkar leads worldwide engineering teams that deliver processors for Intel® Xeon®, Intel® Xeon Phi™, Intel® Core™ and Intel® Atom™ product families for servers, PCs, phones/tablets and the Internet of Things. Under her leadership Intel has delivered the Haswell and Broadwell family of processors that are transforming the PC industry with Ultrabook™, All-in-Ones, and a new category of 2 in 1 computing devices. She has led the development of groundbreaking products like Ivytown (Intel® Xeon®), Knights Corner (Intel® Xeon Phi™) and Avoton/Rangely-based Intel Atom processors that have fueled the growth of Intel's data center business in enterprise, cloud computing and high performance computing. Since 2011 Borkar has led her teams to deliver Intel Atom processor-based System-on-Chip products for the mobility segment and launched the Baytrail-based family of Intel Atom processors.
Throughout her 25 year career with Intel, Borkar has held several senior technical and executive management positions in microprocessor design and development. She received the Corporate Fellow Award in 2004 at the Linkage Women in Leadership Conference.
Borkar received her master's degree in physics from the University of Mumbai, India in 1982. She earned her master's degree in electrical engineering from the Oregon Graduate Institute in 1989.
Wendell BrooksVice President
President, Mergers and Acquisitions
Wendell Brooks is corporate vice president and president of mergers and acquisitions at Intel Corporation. In this role, Brooks is responsible for leading, managing and driving Intel's mergers and acquisition strategy and execution. Brooks has spent 23 years in the investment banking industry split nearly equally between Europe and the United States.
Before joining Intel, Brooks served as a managing director in mergers and acquisitions for Allen & Company. He opened the company's London office in 2008 and worked to build a European team and presence across the media, technology and telecommunications industries. In 2012, he returned to the United States to focus on large-cap media and Internet transactions.
Prior to Allen & Company, Brooks worked for 15 years as a managing director for Citigroup. He began his career at Citigroup focused on executing transactions in the media and entertainment sectors. Then he moved to London to run Citigroup's European media practice and was later promoted to head Citigroup's European telecom, media and technology group. While there, he built and managed a team of professionals executing mergers and acquisitions, debt financings, equity financings, and restructurings.
Brooks received a bachelor's degree in industrial and operations engineering from the University of Michigan and an MBA degree from the University of Chicago.
Robert E. BruckVice President
General Manager, Global Supply Management
Robert E. Bruck is vice president and general manager of Global Supply Management. In this role, Bruck is responsible for managing Intel's global capital expenditures, direct materials sourcing and global manufacturing operations supply. His scope includes development and delivery of equipment and materials capabilities to meet Intel's technology roadmaps, capacity and supply planning, technology conversions and asset utilization. Additional responsibilities include management of Intel Resale Corporation, industry consortia, and government and industry relations for semiconductor manufacturing issues.
Bruck began his career at Intel in 1981 and has served in a variety of procurement, supply chain, and manufacturing engineering roles. Previous assignments include manager of Corporate Purchasing, director of Supply Chain Engineering, director of Fab Capital Equipment Development and general manager of Technology Manufacturing Engineering.
Bruck holds a bachelor's degree in marketing and a master's degree in business administration from Arizona State University.
Christopher J. (CJ) BrunoVice President
President, Intel Americas Inc.
Christopher J. (CJ) Bruno is corporate vice president and general manager of Intel Americas. He is responsible for Intel's sales and marketing results in the Americas.
After joining Intel in 1984 and spending 3 years in business/manufacturing planning, Bruno has spent the balance of his Intel career in various sales and marketing assignments. After his early years in 80286 processor business planning, he moved to large-account customer marketing. Bruno then spent over 10 years in sales driving Intel's business with a large multi-national customer, holding positions of field sales engineer and market development manager.
Bruno joined the Americas Sales & Marketing management staff in 1999. Prior to his current assignment as general manager of Intel Americas, he spent 6 years as the director of marketing in the Americas geography, responsible for generating consumption demand and building the Intel brand. Bruno was appointed vice president of the Sales and Marketing Group in 2008.
Robert B. CrookeVice President
General Manager, Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group
Robert (Rob) Crooke is a corporate vice president and general manager of the Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) Solutions Group. In this role, Crooke leads a worldwide organization responsible for NVM technology design and development, complete Solid State Drive (SSD) system hardware and firmware development, wafer and SSD manufacturing, as well as marketing for Intel's component, module, and SSD NVM businesses.
Previously, Crooke led the Atom and System on a Chip Development Group (ASDG), responsible for delivering world class low power processors for the Intel® Atom™ processor product line as well as developing enabling technology for system on a chip (SOC) products across the company. Before that, Crooke served as Vice-President and General Manager of the Business Client Group where he was responsible for Intel's desktop products and directing Intel's vision for business client computing. He has also served as Vice-President and Director of Marketing and Planning in the Desktop Product Group, Vice-President and General Manager of the Platform Architecture and Solutions Division, and Director of Marketing for the Basic Microprocessor Division and Performance Microprocessor Division. He joined Intel in 1989 in the sales force as a field applications engineer.
Before joining Intel, he held design engineering positions at Alliant Computer Systems and Custom Silicon. He received his bachelor's degree in computer systems engineering from the University of Massachusetts.
Leslie S. CulbertsonVice President
Leslie S. Culbertson is corporate vice president and director of Finance for Intel Corporation. She is responsible for corporate finance, tax, licensing and customs, all operational finance and accounting and control functions.
Culbertson joined Intel in 1979 as the Oregon site accounting manager.
Since that time, she has held many different controller positions, including a group controller. She was the vice president and co-director for Intel's Materials Organization from 1998 to mid-2000. In this position, she was responsible for direct and indirect procurement of materials, including silicon, boards/systems materials and all corporate purchasing.
In 2000, Culbertson moved into the position of vice president and general manager for Systems Manufacturing. In this role, she was responsible for the entire supply chain for board and system level products at Intel. This included an outsourcing organization, manufacturing facilities in four locations, a materials procurement organization, technology development for boards and systems, and the post-sales support group for Intel. She also worked as a business unit general manager.
Prior to Intel, Culbertson worked at British Petroleum/Standard Oil of Ohio as the cost manager for the Prudoe Bay Project in Alaska.
Culbertson received her bachelor's degree from Lewis & Clark College in 1971.
Douglas L. DavisVice President
General Manager, Internet of Things Group
Doug Davis is corporate vice president and general manager of the Internet of Things (IoT) Group at Intel Corporation. In this role, Davis leads a worldwide organization responsible for Intel Architecture computing solutions consisting of hardware, software and services across market segments including industrial automation, retail, aerospace, automotive and other intelligent systems applications.
Davis started his career at Intel as a product engineer in the Military Division and subsequently went on to manage product engineering, manufacturing and operations for the group. Following that, he became the operations manager and later general manager for the Embedded Microcomputer Division, and general manager of the Network Processor Division. He became a business unit vice president in 2003. In 2004, he assumed the general manager role of the Infrastructure Processor Division, which formed from the consolidation of all of Intel's embedded processor efforts. In 2005, Davis became the general manager of the Embedded and Communications Group where he was instrumental in establishing Intel's position in embedded market segments such as communications, automotive, retail and industrial control. In 2010, Davis became the general manager for the Netbook and Tablet Group responsible for the platform planning, architecture, enabling and marketing of Intel's solutions for the netbook and tablet market segments. He became the general manager of Arizona Fab/Sort Manufacturing in 2012 where he was responsible for all aspects of the Arizona wafer factory operations.
Davis graduated from New Mexico State University in 1983 with a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering. He earned his master's degree in business administration from Arizona State University in 1992.
Hermann EulVice President
General Manager, Mobile and Communications Group
Prof. Dr. Hermann Eul is corporate vice president and general manager of the Mobile and Communications Group at Intel Corporation. In his role, Eul leads a worldwide organization focused on the development of hardware, software and connectivity ingredients for phones, tablets, Ultrabook™ and other mobile devices, and complete system solutions.
Eul joined Intel in February 2011 when the acquisition of Infineon's wireless solutions business was completed, forming Intel Mobile Communications, a subsidiary of the company. He was president and general manager of Intel Mobile Communications, responsible for developing wireless communication products for mobile phones, tablet computers and other connected devices. From 2005 to 2011 Eul was executive vice president and a member of the management board of Infineon Technologies, where he was responsible for research and development as well as sales and marketing, and prior to that served as president of Infineon's communications business. From 1991 to 2005, before being promoted into Infieon's executive board, Eul held numerous management positions at Infineon and prior to that, at Siemens.
Eul studied electrical engineering at Fachhochschule Koblenz and University of Bochum, and earned a doctorate in engineering from the Bochum University. He is an avocational professor at the University of Hanover and previously served as a full chair.
Aicha EvansVice President
General Manager, Platform Engineering Group
Aicha Evans is corporate vice president and is general manager of the Wireless Platform Research and Development Group in the Platform Engineering Group. She is responsible for driving wireless engineering for multi-comm products and Intel platforms, including modems, RF, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, FM, LTE, WLAN/WWAN as well as emerging wireless technologies to lead this industry going forward. Prior to PEG, she held the same title and role within the Mobile and Communications Group.
Previously Evans was the general manager of the Mobile Wireless Group where managed the engineering, software, hardware, strategic planning, and product test teams responsible for providing wireless connectivity ingredients and solutions for all Intel platforms.
Evans joined Intel in 2006 as a software integration and test manager. She held a number of management positions responsible for Intel's wireless efforts including software engineering and support for customers deploying WiMAX networks in multiple geographies. Additionally, she worked in Israel managing WiFi engineering and product lines. Prior to Intel, Evans spent 10 years in various engineering management positions at Rockwell Semiconductors, Conexant and Skyworks.
Evans received a bachelor's degree in computer engineering from The George Washington University in 1996.
Douglas W. FisherVice President
General Manager, Software and Services Group
Douglas W. Fisher is corporate vice president and general manager of the Software and Services Group for Intel Corporation. He is responsible for worldwide software, services and software R&D at Intel. Fisher is currently chairman of the board of the Linux Foundation and a member of the internal board for Wind River Systems, a wholly owned subsidiary of Intel Corporation. Previously, he served as corporate vice president and general manager of the System Software Division, which reported into the Software and Services Group.
Fisher holds a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Oregon State University and a master's degree in management from Stanford University.
Ron FriedmanVice President
General Manager, Intellectual Property Blocks and Technologies
Ron Friedman is corporate vice president and general manager of IP Blocks and Technologies. He is responsible for an organization located in the US, Israel, Europe and Asia that develop IPs and leadership technologies for integration in Intel products and foundry.
Previously Friedman managed a team responsible for defining, designing and bringing to high volume production Intel's microprocessors, chipset and System-on-Chip (SoC) products for phones, tablets and digital home products.
Friedman joined Intel in 1984 after graduating from Technion, Israel Institute of Technology with a bachelor's degree in computer engineering. He was a recipient of Intel's highest honor, the Intel Achievement Award, in 1986 for development of CAD tools for static analysis of circuitry.
Steven FundVice President
Chief Marketing Officer
Steven Fund is corporate vice president and chief marketing officer for Intel Corporation. Fund is responsible for global marketing strategy, brand management, product positioning, market research, advertising, partner marketing, retail channel marketing, digital marketing, social media and global communications.
Fund previously worked for Staples as senior vice president of global marketing and a member of its Senior Leadership Team. While there, he created the company's global marketing center of excellence; strengthened Staples' communications, digital marketing and social media capabilities; restructured the company's approach to external agencies; and led a repositioning of the Staples brand.
Prior to Staples, Fund worked as a global marketing director at Procter & Gamble, where he led the global expansion of the Gillette Fusion product, which reached $1 billion in net sales faster than any brand in P&G's history. He has also held senior brand and marketing positions with Pepsi-Cola and was a consultant at McKinsey & Company.
Fund received his bachelor's degree in business administration from State University of New York at Albany in 1984 and his master's degree from New York University's Stern School of Business in 1987.
Ravi JacobVice President
Ravi Jacob is corporate vice president and treasurer of Intel Corporation. He was named treasurer in April 2005. In this role he manages Intel's cash and investments, capital markets activity, currency and other financial risks, credit and collections, retirement assets and risk and insurance.
Prior to his appointment as treasurer, Ravi was Vice President, Finance and Asst. Treasurer, M&A.. For seven years he led a worldwide team of approximately 50 treasury professionals responsible for structuring and executing Intel Capital's acquisitions, divestitures and strategic investment transactions.
Ravi has held several management positions within Intel's treasury organization. From 1994-1998 he worked as assistant treasurer, Europe. Based in Paris, he was responsible for Intel's credit, foreign exchange, investments and financing activities in Europe. In prior roles he managed the company's retirement investments portfolio and the overseas cash management activities.
Ravi received Intel Achievement Awards, Intel's highest recognition for individual and team achievement, in 2003 and 2004 for innovative and creative transactions that generated over $600 million in cash benefits for Intel.
Ravi joined Intel in 1984. He holds a master's degree in business administration from UCLA.
Jonathan KhazamVice President
General Manager, Visual and Parallel Computing Group
Jonathan Khazam is a corporate vice president and general manager of the Visual and Parallel Computing Group at Intel Corporation. He leads a worldwide organization responsible for the development of Intel's integrated processor graphics, including 3D, GPU programmability, media, and display technologies.
Prior to his current position, Khazam was general manager of the Manageability and Middleware Division where he led development of manageability and security products such as Intel Data Center Manager (power management middleware for medium- and large-scale data centers) and the lightweight virtualization technology underpinning McAfee DeepSAFE Technology. Earlier, in 1999, he formed a new division to lead the development and commercialization of Intel software development products including award-winning Intel Compilers, VTune Performance Analyzers, threading tools, performance libraries, and binary translation technology. Khazam has been an ardent advocate for Intel's software efforts for many years. He oversees the Intel Software Directors Council, a quality- and practices-focused roundtable of Intel software leaders.
Khazam joined Intel in 1991 as a product manager responsible for mobile microprocessor marketing, design wins, and product planning. He subsequently led strategic planning and market development for the Pentium Processor family, including the highly successful MMX™ technology program. In 1996, he became marketing director for graphics with a focus on graphics APIs, instruction set extensions, and ecosystem enabling.
Prior to joining Intel, Khazam held marketing and development positions at EIP Microwave and Hewlett-Packard.
Khazam holds a B.S.E.E. from Cornell University and an MBA from the University of California at Berkeley Haas School of Business. He has received two Intel Achievement Awards and holds two patents.
Khazam is an independent director on the board of Integrated Silicon Solution, Inc. and a member of the Audit Committee.
Cary I. KlafterVice President
Director, Corporate Legal
Cary I. Klafter is corporate vice president of Legal and Corporate Affairs, director of Corporate Legal and Corporate Secretary for Intel Corporation. He oversees legal activities for the company's financial matters, including SEC filings, investments, mergers and acquisitions and investor relations, and is co-chair of the company's Ethics and Compliance Oversight Committee. As Intel's corporate secretary he is responsible for corporate governance and board of directors activities.
Prior to joining Intel in 1996, Klafter was an associate and partner with Morrison and Foerster law firm from 1972 to 1996. Mr. Klafter has served as a director and as chair of the Public Company Affairs Committee of the Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals.
Klafter received a law degree from the University of Chicago Law School in 1972. He also earned a master's degree in 1971 in criminal justice and a bachelor's degree in 1968 in political science from Michigan State University.
Michael C. MayberryVice President
Director, Components Research
Michael C. Mayberry is corporate vice president of the Technology and Manufacturing Group and director of Components Research at Intel Corporation. He is responsible for ongoing research to enable future process options for Intel's technology development organizations. This scope includes internal research, external university research and other external collaborations. In addition he leads the Corporate Research Council which drives allocation and prioritization of directed university research across Intel.
Since joining Intel in 1984 as a process integration engineer, Mayberry has held a variety of positions. As part of the California Technology Development team, he developed EPROM, flash and logic wafer fabrication processes. In 1994 he moved to Sort Test Technology Development, most recently as director responsible for roadmaps and development of test processes for Intel microprocessors. In 2005, he moved to Components Research.
Mayberry received his Ph.D. in physical chemistry from the University of California, Berkeley in 1983 and his bachelor's degree in chemistry and mathematics from Midland College in 1978.
A. Douglas MelamedVice President
Senior Corporate Counselor
Doug Melamed is corporate vice president and senior corporate counselor at Intel Corporation. From 2009 until June 2014, he was senior vice president and general counsel at Intel. In that role, he was responsible for overseeing Intel legal matters as well as corporate and government affairs.
Prior to joining Intel in 2009, Melamed was a partner in the Washington, D.C., office of WilmerHale, a global law firm in which he served as a chair of the Antitrust and Competition Practice Group. He joined WilmerHale in 1971. He served in the U.S. Department of Justice from 1996 to 2001 as acting assistant attorney general in charge of the Antitrust Division and, before that, as principal deputy assistant attorney general. He has been the Distinguished Visitor from Practice and an adjunct professor at the Georgetown University Law Center, and he has authored numerous articles on antitrust and on law and economics. He is a contributing editor of the Antitrust Law Journal; a member of the boards of directors of the Nasdaq exchanges, the American Law Institute and the Yale University Council; and a past member of the board of trustees of Sidwell Friends School in Washington, D.C.
Melamed received his bachelor's degree from Yale University and his law degree from Harvard Law School. He will be a visiting professor at Stanford Law School beginning in September 2014.
Suzan A. MillerVice President
Deputy General Counsel, Legal and Corporate Affairs
Suzan A. Miller is corporate vice president and is deputy general counsel in the Legal and Corporate Affairs Group at Intel Corporation. She oversees the worldwide business legal team responsible for Intel's global product and technology business groups.
Ms Miller joined Intel in 1991 as an operations lawyer. Since that time, she has held a number of senior legal positions including General Counsel of Intel Capital, Intel's strategic investment program.
Prior to joining Intel, Ms. Miller worked for the law firms of Irell & Manella and Morrison & Foerster. She received her bachelor's degree in economics from Bryn Mawr in 1986 and her law degree from Santa Clara University in 1989.
Christian MoralesVice President
General Manager, Europe, Middle East, Africa
Christian Morales is corporate vice president and general manager of Intel Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). He is responsible for Intel product sales and marketing in the EMEA region.
Morales has held senior international management roles in sales, channel operations and general management. He brings extensive experience in marketing and building brand awareness for new product segments, as well as a strong background in expanding and driving Intel's business into new and emerging markets.
Prior to this role, Morales was Intel's vice president of the Sales and Marketing Group and co-general manager of Asia Pacific responsible for implementing Intel's strategies in Asia. He was also responsible for championing Intel's worldwide emerging markets strategy.
Before that, he was general manager of Latin America and was instrumental in helping to establish a new regional headquarters and expand the company's regional presence throughout the continent. He joined the company in 1980 in Paris as an Intel field sales engineer and in 1983 became director for Spain and Portugal, and then moved back to Paris in senior positions to manage Western Europe channels and OEMs.
He has been based in Paris, Madrid, Sao Paulo and Hong Kong.
Morales graduated with an electrical engineering degree from the Electricity, Mechanics and Electronics Engineering School in Paris. In 1990, he completed the Young Managers Program in the MBA program at INSEAD.
Justin R. RattnerIntel Senior Fellow
President, Intel Foundation
Justin Rattner is president of the Intel Foundation as well as an Intel corporate vice president and Intel Senior Fellow.
From 2005 to 2013, Rattner was Intel's Chief Technology Officer and managing director of Intel Labs, the 1000-person research arm of the company and winner of the 2012 Intel Quality Award. As head of Intel Labs, Rattner was responsible for the company's global research efforts in computation, communication, user experience, and human interaction technology. He also introduced transformative models of collaborative industry-university research by engaging the top universities across the U.S., Europe, and China in seven domestic Intel Science and Technology Centers and five international Intel Collaborative Research Institutes starting in 2010. While CTO, Rattner created a new business venture activity within Intel Labs that took promising research results and turned them into new technology-based businesses in silicon photonics, graph analytics, a thumbnail-sized, wireless computer system known as Intel® Edison, and a new, highly-visual, social networking platform. All four ventures were successfully transferred to select Intel business units before the end of 2013, each one having the potential to deliver a new, billion-dollar revenue stream within five years.
Rattner is also a popular lecturer, keynoter and panelist at technology and innovation conferences around the world. In 2013 he was interviewed by John Hollar, CEO of the Computer History Museum, for the Revolutionaries series broadcast on PBS. He is the recipient of numerous awards and recognitions. Most recently he received L'ami de l'Europe (Friend of Europe) Innovation Luminary Award from the Innovation Strategy and Policy Group of the European Union. He was named Intel's first Principal Engineer in 1979, its fourth Fellow in 1987, one of the initial five Intel Senior Fellows in 2002.
Rattner is the recipient of two Intel Achievement Awards and was named Scientist of the Year in 1989 by R&D Magazine. He was featured as Person of the Week on ABC Evening News for his work on ASCI Red, the first trillion-operations per second computer in the world. He is also well known for his fundamental work in parallel, high-performance computing systems and in creating a new interactive interface for ALS-sufferer Stephen Hawking, the world-renowned physicist.
Rattner serves on the boards of the Intel Foundation and the company's Intel Federal subsidiary. He is a Trustee of the Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology, and a member of the Engineering College Council of Cornell University.
Rattner holds a bachelor's and master's degree in electrical engineering and computer science from Cornell University.
Steven R. RodgersVice President
General Counsel, Legal and Corporate Affairs
Steve Rodgers is vice president and general counsel of Legal and Corporate Affairs at Intel Corporation. He is responsible for the company's legal work, serves on Intel's senior executive team, and reports to the chief executive officer. He joined Intel in 2000 as senior litigation attorney, and later served as director of litigation, head of Intel's patent generation and intellectual property licensing groups, and deputy general counsel.
Before joining Intel, Rodgers was a partner at Brown & Bain, P.A., in Phoenix, Ariz. Following law school, he served as law clerk to Chief Judge David K. Winder of the U.S. District Court for the District of Utah. He has also served as a faculty adjunct professor at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, as a member of the board of editors of Arizona Attorney magazine, and as a member of the board of advisors of the Utah Law Review. His volunteer service includes handling contested family law matters on a pro bono basis.
Rodgers received his bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Utah and also attended the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He received his law degree from the University of Utah, where he served as editor-in-chief of the Utah Law Review.
Babak SabiVice President
Director, Assembly and Test Technology Development
Babak Sabi is corporate vice president and director of Assembly and Test Technology Development (ATTD). Since 2009, he has been responsible for the company's packaging, assembly process, packaging materials, enabling technology, and test technology development. Sabi joined Intel in 1984.
Prior to leading ATTD, Sabi led the Corporate Quality Network within Intel's Technology and Manufacturing Group from 2002 to 2009. He led a company-wide network of quality and reliability organizations responsible for product reliability, customer satisfaction and quality business practices.
Previously, Sabi managed technology development quality and reliability, and was responsible for silicon technology certification, assembly, test and board processes.
Sabi received his Ph.D. in solid state electronics from The Ohio State University in 1984. He has written 10 papers on reliability physics and has received five Intel Achievement Awards. He currently holds two patents.
Stephen L. SmithVice President
General Manager, Datacenter Engineering Group
Stephen L. Smith is corporate vice president and general manager of the Datacenter Engineering Group for Intel Corporation. Smith's organization develops component packaging, system architectures and technologies, system firmware and system reference designs for Intel's datacenter products. The team also provides technical and enabling tools and support for Intel's OEM customers developing datacenter products.
Smith has held many positions in microprocessor development at Intel, including design manager for Intel® i386™ SX and i386 SL processors, engineering manager and general manager of the Pentium® Processor Division, and general manager of the Itanium® Processor Division. Across the last 20 years, he has also guided engineering work on reference platforms for desktop, notebook processors, tablets and phones.
Smith's early Intel assignments were in the silicon technology area, where he served as device physicist, Static RAM design manager, and as EEPROM design manager where he participated in development of the first Flash memory technology.
Smith received a bachelor's degree from Rice University, with a major in Electrical Engineering. He was awarded three patents in circuit design in the course of his work at Intel.
Kimberly S. StevensonVice President
Chief Information Officer, Information Technology
Kimberly "Kim" Stevenson is corporate vice president and Chief Information Officer (CIO) of Intel Corporation. She is responsible for the corporate-wide use of Information Technology (IT). Intel's IT organization delivers leading technology solutions and services that enable Intel's business strategies for growth and efficiency. The IT organization is comprised of over 6,000 IT professionals worldwide.
Previously, Stevenson was vice president and general manager of Intel's Global IT Operations and Services. In this role she led both the strategic and tactical support of Intel's world-wide infrastructure components, including Data Centers, Network and Telecommunications, Enterprise Application Support, Client computing and a 24x7 internal Service Desk.
Prior to joining Intel, Stevenson spent seven years at the former EDS, now HP enterprise services, holding a variety of positions including vice president of Worldwide Communications, Media and Entertainment (CM&E) Industry Practice, and vice president of Enterprise Service Management where she oversaw the global development and delivery of enterprise services. Before joining EDS, Stevenson spent 18 years at IBM holding several executive positions including vice president of Marketing and Operations of the eServer iSeries division.
Stevenson earned a bachelor's degree from Northeastern University. She holds a master's degree in business administration from Cornell University where she is an appointed member of the Cornell University Johnson School Advisory Board. She serves on the board of directors of Riverbed Technology and Cloudera.
Neil R. TunmoreVice President
Director, Technology and Manufacturing Group
Neil R. Tunmore is corporate vice president and is director of Corporate Services in the Technology and Manufacturing Group. He is responsible for Intel facilities worldwide, including construction, building services, maintenance, environmental health and safety, security, and real estate strategy.
Previously he served as the human resources director for the Technology Manufacturing Group.
Tunmore joined Intel in 1981 in the United Kingdom. He has held a variety of positions in Europe in business planning and finance. In 1998 he was named controller of Intel's Europe, Middle East and Africa region. In 2000, he relocated to the United States and served in Intel Human Resources as the stock manager and then director of the Employee Services group.
Joshua M. WaldenVice President
General Manager, Platform Engineering Group
Josh Walden is corporate vice president and general manager of the Platform Engineering Group. In this role, he leads numerous worldwide engineering teams that are responsible for the development, manufacturing and validation of Intel's chip portfolio.
Previously, Walden worked for the CEO in numerous strategic and operational roles. Prior to that role, he served as vice president and general manager of Fab/Sort Manufacturing where he was responsible for Intel's global wafer manufacturing sites. He was vice president and general manager for Intel's Global Assembly and Test Manufacturing after returning from Ireland where he started up and ramped Intel's first international 300mm wafer manufacturing facility. Walden has held numerous roles in wafer manufacturing as well as technology development throughout his career.
Walden joined Intel in 1983 as a process engineer in Santa Clara, CA, and received his bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from the University of Florida in 1982.
Wen-Hann WangVice President
Managing Director, Intel Labs
Wen-Hann Wang is corporate vice president and is managing director of Intel Labs. He is responsible for Intel's global research efforts in computing and communications. Prior to his current assignment, he served as vice president of Intel Labs and director of circuits and system research. Before returning to the labs in 2009, Wang served for nine years on the Software and Services Group (SSG) Staff while he held general management positions for the Core Software, the Managed Runtime, and the Middleware Products divisions. He was also instrumental in establishing SSG's presence in PRC and served as general manager for Intel Asia Pacific R&D Limited.
Wang joined Intel in 1991 as an Intel® Pentium® Pro platform architect, working on the highly successful P6 product family. His platform architecture and analysis work was instrumental in the creation of the Intel® Xeon® processor product line. He served as platform infrastructure research manager of the newly formed Intel Microprocessor Research Lab (MRL) in 1995 and later became director of the Emerging Platforms Lab, delivering cutting-edge technologies and reference platforms for Intel product groups.
Wang holds 15 patents and has received numerous technical awards, including being elected IEEE Fellow. Prior to joining Intel in 1991, Wang served as a research staff member at IBM T. J. Watson Research Lab. He has worked and studied in three continents.
Wang received his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from National Taiwan University, a master's degree in electrical engineering from Philips International Institute of Technological Studies (Netherlands), and a Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Washington.
Xu (Ian) YangVice President
President, Intel China
Xu (Ian) Yang is corporate vice president and president of Intel China, overseeing all Intel China operations and strategy.
Returning to China in 1995, Yang was named OEM sales manager, responsible for developing PC OEM business in China. In this position, he developed close cooperation between Intel and China's fledgling PC industry for win-win growth. In 2000, Yang was promoted to general manager of Intel China Sales and Marketing Group. Subsequently in 2005 he was appointed Sales and Marketing Group vice president and general manager of Intel's Asia Pacific geography. This was a role he shared with John Antone until China became its own standalone geography in 2007. At that point he assumed the role of Sales and Marketing Group vice president and general manager of Intel China. In 2009 Yang was promoted as president of Intel China.
During Yang's over 20-year Intel career he has also held positions in technical marketing, customer marketing and business development in both the U.S. and China.
In 1990, Ian graduated from GMI Engineering and Management Institute in Flint, Michigan with a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering.