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7 Big Things To Know About Intel’s New CEO, Pat Gelsinger

From having Intel’s Andy Grove as his mentor to being voted the No. 1 CEO in America, here are seven things you need to know about VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger as he leaves to head Intel.

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Gelsinger Rumored To Head Intel Multiple Times

With such a vast history at Intel, there were several times throughout the 2010s when it was rumored that Gelsinger would become the next CEO of Intel.

Prior to joining EMC in 2009, Gelsinger led Intel’s Digital Enterprise Group that accounted for more than half of Intel’s annual revenue and was responsible for the company’s enterprise products including PCs, servers, communications and storage.

In 2013, it was widely expected that Gelsinger would succeed former Intel CEO Paul Otellini. That didn’t occur.

Then in 2018, it was rumored that Gelsinger could replace Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, who had abruptly resigned from the company. Gelsinger needed to go on Twitter to dispel the rumor that he was leaving VMware after several media outlets said Intel should pursue him.

“Thanks for the shout out, but I love being CEO and not going anywhere else. The future is software!!!” said Gelsinger in 2018.

 
 
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