Intel has announced that two of its highest ranking managers are to leave the company. Enterprise Server Group (ESG) senior vice president David House will take over as Bay Networks chief executive, while Carl Everett, senior vice president and co-general manager of the Desktop Products Group (DPG) is retiring. Both will stay on until the end of the year.
?Both Dave and Carl have made significant contributions to Intel during their long tenure,? said Craig Barrett, chief operating officer. ?For a long time, Dave has wanted to run a company and this was one opportunity he couldn?t resist. Carl has felt a strong desire to spend more time with his family and feels this is a good time in his career to do so.?
House joined Intel in 1974 and through his career at Intel held various positions in the microprocessor product groups. Prior to his current role he presided over the launch of the 286, i386, and i486 family of microprocessors.
Everett, a veteran with 18 years loyalty to the company, worked primarily in a sales and marketing capacity. In 1990 he was appointed vice president of worldwide sales and oversaw the implementation of the Intel Pentium processor to the retail channel.
House will be replaced by John Miner, who joined the company 13 years ago. He has been vice president and general manager of Intel?s OEM Products and Services Division for the past four years. Patrick Gelsinger, vice president of the Internet and Communications Group, will replace Carl Everett as co-general manager of DPG along with Mike Aymar, currently Intel vice president.
Finding refutes many earlier studies that suggest that galaxies don't have much dark matter at the time of their birth
Boris the robot outed as man in rented robot suit
Mission will provide vital data about the performance of rocket, spacecraft, autonomous docking system and the landing system
The flight will take off from California's Mojave Air and Space Port and could happen as soon as 13th December