Intel appoints 14 new vice presidents for its technology, sales, desktop platforms, finance, and enterprise platform groups

December 19, 2003

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Intel Corporation today announced the appointment of 14 individuals as vice president. The new vice presidents are Robert E. Bruck, (Sophia) Lee Fang Chew, Kevin M. Corbett, Douglas L. Davis, Anthony R. Gosden, Timothy G. Hendry, Gerald S. Holzhammer, Renee J. James, John N. Johnson, Donald J. MacDonald, Thomas R. Macdonald, Clemente J. Russo, Babak Sabi and Shane D. Wall.

Robert E. Bruck, 47, is vice president of the Technology and Manufacturing Group and director of Fab Capital Equipment Development. He is responsible for fabrication facility equipment sourcing, development, service engineering and supply line management. Bruck joined Intel in 1981.

(Sophia) Lee Fang Chew, 43, is vice president of the Sales and Marketing Group and general manager of the Reseller Channel Operation. She is responsible for worldwide distribution channel sales and marketing for branded Intel Architecture and networking products. Chew joined Intel in 1986.

Kevin M. Corbett, 39, is vice president of the Desktop Platforms Group and director of Marketing and Strategic Planning. He is responsible for managing the group's short- and long-term product planning, product marketing, application support, the digital home and digital office initiatives, as well as Intel's participation in industry initiatives such as the Digital Home Working Group and PCI Express. Corbett joined Intel in 1992.

Douglas L. Davis, 42, is vice president of the Intel Communications Group and general manager of the Network Processor Division. He is responsible for business strategy, product development and marketing for Intel's network processor business and the internal and external technologies that support the Internet Exchange Architecture. Davis joined Intel in 1984.

Anthony R. Gosden, 57, is vice president of Finance and Enterprise Services and assistant treasurer and director of Corporate Credit. He is responsible for Intel's global credit and accounts receivable functions, as well as post-contract management. Gosden joined Intel in 1979.

Timothy G. Hendry, 43, is vice president of the Technology and Manufacturing Group and plant manager of Fab 11X. He is responsible for all operations at Fab 11X in Rio Rancho, N.M., the company's first 300mm, high-volume manufacturing facility, and for overseeing technology used to control and monitor equipment at Intel's network of wafer manufacturing facilities. Hendry joined Intel in 1988.

Gerald S. Holzhammer, 49, is vice president of the Desktop Platforms Group and co-general manager of the Platform Architecture and Solutions Division. He is responsible for Intel's desktop platform development, motherboard products and related industry and technology initiatives. Holzhammer joined Intel in 1990.

Renee J. James, 39, is vice president of the Sales and Marketing Group and general manager of the Microsoft Program Office. She is responsible for all aspects of the relationship between Intel and Microsoft. James joined Intel in 1987.

John N. Johnson, 50, is vice president of Finance and Enterprise Services and director of Information Technology Customer Services. He is responsible for information technology customer services worldwide and the corporate emergency operations response team. Johnson joined Intel in 1981.

Donald J. MacDonald, 41, is vice president of the Sales and Marketing Group and director of Worldwide Branding and Campaigns. He is responsible for Intel's worldwide branding and integrated marketing and communication activities. MacDonald joined Intel in 1987.

Thomas R. Macdonald, 41, is vice president of the Enterprise Platforms Group and general manager of the Advanced Components Division. He is responsible for server and workstation chipset product development. Macdonald joined Intel in 1988.

Clemente J. Russo, 57, is vice president of the Technology and Manufacturing Group and general manager of Systems Manufacturing. He is responsible for worldwide manufacturing, outsourcing operations and post-sales support for computing and communications systems and boards. Russo joined Intel in 1999.

Babak Sabi, 45, is vice president of the Technology and Manufacturing Group and co-director of the Corporate Quality Network. He leads a company-wide network of quality and reliability organizations responsible for product reliability, customer satisfaction and quality business practices. Sabi joined Intel in 1984.

Shane D. Wall, 39, is vice president of the Corporate Technology Group and director of the Systems Technology Lab. He is responsible for researching and developing system and platform technologies for current and emerging computer architectures. Wall joined Intel in 1998.

Intel Corp.

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