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Pat Gelsinger And 3 Other Big New Hires By Intel

Intel’s incoming CEO is returning to the semiconductor giant with other company veterans and an associate who previously worked for him at VMware.

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Sunil Shenoy

Intel announced on Jan. 27 that Shenoy will rejoin the company as senior vice president and general manager of the Design Engineering Group.

In his role, which began Monday, Shenoy will be responsible for the “design, development, validation and manufacturing of intellectual properties and system-on-chips for client and data center applications,” according to Intel.

Bob Swan, Intel’s outgoing CEO, welcomed the “fresh perspective” Shenoy will bring to Intel.

“Sunil is a proven engineering leader who has deep experience in microprocessor and SoC design and R&D,” he said in a statement. “His experience inside and outside of Intel will enable him to combine the best of Intel culture with an entrepreneurial spirit and fresh perspective as we work to strengthen the company’s technical leadership team and to coach and develop a new generation of technical talent.”

Having worked at Intel for 33 years, Shenoy’s previous job at the company was co-general manager and corporate vice president of Intel’s Platform Engineering Group, which focused on microprocessor and SoC design and development. Prior to that, he was the co-general manager of the Visual and Parallel Computing Group, which focused on graphics and Intel’s now-defunct Xeon Phi processors.

Shenoy was most recently senior vice president and general manager of RISC-V at SiFive, a fabless semiconductor company working on CPU designs using the open-source RISC-V architecture. Intel Capital, the chipmaker’s venture arm, is an investor in SiFive.

 
 
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