Paul Otellini, Intel CEO, will retire in May
One of the most established technology companies is undoubtedly Intel since its founding in 1968 by Gordon Moore and Robert Noyce, has spent nearly 50 years at the forefront in the field of design and manufacture of integrated circuits and semiconductor devices. Today, this technology sector giant has announced a major change in its structure because, after 40 years of association with the company, Paul Otellini, current CEO, will retire in May next year.
Paul Otellini, who began working at Intel in 1974 and from 1994 began to occupy important executive positions, he has held the position of CEO of the company since 2005 (being the fifth person to hold this position). Since then, under his supervision, the company has undergone a major expansion and, for example, was one of the architects in getting Apple to adopt Intel processors in their devices tractor besides being of concepts like ultrabook
Otellini’s withdrawal will be gradual, although it has been announced today will not take effect until May of next year, putting up a 6-month period of orderly transition in which, for example, be appointed the next CEO of the company from the board of directors of the company although release is also considering the possibility that Intel made a signing outside the company.
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After nearly four decades linked to the company and eight years as CEO, it’s time to leave and transfer the helm of Intel next generation leadership. I hope trababar with Andy, the board and the management team over the last six months of transition and being available as an advisor to the management team after retiring as CEO