VMware CEO to replace Intel's Bob Swan

Marian McHugh
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Intel appoints Pat Gelsinger to replace outgoing Intel CEO Bob Swan

VMware head honcho Pat Gelsinger will be the new chief exec at Intel. He will assume the top job from 15 February when his predecessor Bob Swan is due to depart the role. Gelsinger (pictured) began his career at Intel and spent 30 years there, becoming its first CTO. He has been the CEO of VMware since 2012. "I am thrilled to rejoin and lead Intel forward at this important time for the company, our industry and our nation," he stated. "Having begun my career at Intel and learned a...

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