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Intel Reorganization: 8 Big Changes Made Under Pat Gelsinger

To fight back against the growing influence of AMD, Nvidia, Arm and other companies in the semiconductor industry, new Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger is enacting a whirlwind of organizational changes, both on the manufacturing side and the product side. CRN reviews the eight biggest changes.

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Eight Big Changes In Four Months

In just four months, new Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger (pictured) has already made a sizable impact on the company in his bid to return the semiconductor giant to its former glory.

He has evolved the company’s integrated device manufacturing strategy to increase Intel’s use of external foundries and to launch Intel’s new foundry business. He has recruited former lieutenants, both from his time as VMware’s CEO and from his previous 30-year run at Intel. And now he is restructuring some of the most important organizations at the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company.

[Related: 4 Big Changes Coming To Next-Gen Intel CPUs ]

To fight back against the growing influence of AMD, Nvidia, Arm and other companies in the semiconductor industry, Gelsinger has enacted two major reorganization efforts: one on the manufacturing and supply chain side and the other on the compute, networking and software side.

“I am confident these changes will help us accelerate our pace, as they fully align our organization against our priorities: one clear voice to the customer, distinct business units focused on leadership products, four functional organizations to ensure flawless execution and ongoing innovation, and the horizontal support organizations needed to fuel our strategy and culture for today and the future,” Gelsinger wrote in a memo to employees Tuesday that was seen by CRN.

What follows are the biggest changes Gelsinger has made as part of his restructuring efforts, from the formation of a new manufacturing group to the exit of Intel’s top data center executive.

 
 
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