Intel promotes two corporate executives, elects six new corporate vice presidents

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SANTA CLARA, Calif .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Intel Corporation today announced that its board of directors has promoted two executives and elected six new vice presidents.

Wendell Brooks, 50, has been promoted from corporate vice president to senior vice president. Brooks is President of Intel Capital, Intel’s global investment organization, which invests in innovative technology companies and startups around the world in support of Intel’s strategic goals. He also leads the Strategic Transactions group at Intel, leading the strategy, execution and integration of the company’s mergers and acquisitions. Brooks joined Intel in 2014 and is based in Santa Clara, California.

Steven Fund, 53, has been promoted from corporate vice president to senior vice president. As Intel’s Marketing Director, he leads all aspects of global marketing. The fund is responsible for the strategy and execution of global marketing, brand management, product positioning, market research, advertising, partner marketing, retail channel marketing , digital marketing, social media and global communications. He joined Intel in 2014 and is based in Santa Clara, California.

Peng Bai, 53, was elected vice president of the company. He is co-director of logic technology development in Intel’s Technology and Manufacturing group. Logic Technology Development is responsible for the development and transfer of next-generation silicon technologies that will produce future Intel microprocessors and SoCs (system-on-chip). Bai joined Intel in 1991 and is based in Hillsboro, Oregon.

Brice A. Hill, 49, was elected Corporate Vice President. He is a group controller for the Corporate Finance organization and oversees the financial management of Intel activities including: Data Center Group, the newly created Client and Internet of Things activities and the Systems Architecture, Sales and Marketing group, Global Marketing and Communications, Intel Security Group, Software and Services Group, and Programmable Solutions Group. Hill joined Intel in 1995 and is based in Hillsboro, Ore.

Christina S. Min, 51, has been elected vice president of the company. She is a group controller for the Corporate Finance organization and oversees the financial management of several groups at Intel, including: Intel Capital / Strategic Transactions Group, New Technology Group, Corporate Strategy, Corporate Planning, Worldwide Finance and Accounting and Global Trade. Min joined Intel in 1993 and is based in Santa Clara, California.

Matthew M. Smith, 52, has been elected vice president of the company. As Director of HR Solutions for Business and Employees, he is responsible for leading the global organization that advises Intel companies and delivers HR solutions to enable organizational efficiency and engagement. employees. This organization also provides global payroll, inventory, benefits, mobility, and retirement for Intel employees. Smith joined Intel in 1997 and is based in Hillsboro, Ore.

Weng Kuan Tan, 51, was elected vice president of the company. He is Managing Director of Client Computing Group (CCG), China and is responsible for leading CCG strategy and teams in China in the delivery of turnkey solutions covering phones, phablets, tablets, 2-in-1s. and new emerging form factors for China. Technological Ecosystem (CTE) and the global market. Tan joined Intel in 2011 and is based in Beijing.

Jason P. Waxman, 44, has been elected vice president of the company. He is the Managing Director of the Cloud Platforms group within the Intel Data Center group. He is responsible for managing Intel’s business, product and technology development for cloud computing, including: silicon components, optimized system design, data center management, security, and optimization. facilities. He joined Intel in 1997 and is based in Hillsboro, Ore.

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