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Intel‚??s manufacturing to be under Bryant‚??s control; Pat Gelsinger leaves

14 September 2009 | By Mark Osborne | News > Fab Management

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Paul Otellini, Intel's CEO is taking a back seat to responsibilities related to its Technology and Manufacturing Group (TMG) as part of sweeping organizational changes. Andy Bryant, Intel's CAO will officially take on reporting duties for TMG with Bob Baker, Bill Holt and Brian Krzanich, reporting to Bryant. The move allows Otellini to focus more time on corporate strategy and business growth, according to the company.

Intel is consolidating all of its major product divisions into the newly formed Intel Architecture Group (IAG), which will be co-managed by Sean Maloney and Dadi Perlmutter. In all six business groups will be operating under the IAG umbrella.

The move of  Maloney to IAG will see Tom Kilroy assume responsibility for Intel's Sales and Marketing Group (SMG) and will report directly to Otellini.

Pat Gelsinger is also leaving the company, Gelsinger co-managed DEG.

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