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Pat Gelsinger Returning To Intel To Assume CEO Role In February

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Well, this CES is shaping up to be one of the most interesting ones we’ve seen in a while – and not just because it’s the first-ever to go all-digital. Hot on the heels of a bunch of Intel announcements coming out of…
Well, this CES is shaping up to be one of the most interesting ones we’ve seen in a while – and not just because it’s the first-ever to go all-digital. Hot on the heels of a bunch of Intel announcements coming out of the show, the company has now announced that Pat Gelsinger – who many consider to be an Intel legend – will be returning to the company he departed from in 2009, when he made the leap to EMC. A lot has sure happened since, with EMC being acquired by Dell, and Gelsinger ultimately sliding into the CEO position at VMware. Naturally, with Gelsinger returning to Intel as CEO, it means that Bob Swan, who officially took over as CEO From Brian Krzanich in 2019, will be stepping down. Parting words for Swan come from independent chairman Omar Ishrak: “Under [Bob’s] leadership, Intel has made significant progress on its strategy to transform into a multi-architecture XPU company to capitalize on market shifts and extend Intel’s reach into fast-growing markets.

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