Date of Birth: 10/12/1950
Place of birth: San Francisco
Citizenship: United States
Paul Otellini (Paul S. Otellini)
Paul Otellini, 54 years old, he will succeed Craig R. Barrett (Craig R. Barrett). In turn, the 65-year-old Craig R. Barrett will succeed Andrew S. Grove as chairman of the board of directors by Intel. Andrew S. Grove, 68 years old, he withdraws from the Intel board of directors, but will act as an advisor to the board of directors and senior management of the Corporation. Announced changes will take effect the next meeting of shareholders of the corporation Intel, which will be held on May 18, 2005.
"Craig and Paul make a great tandem and we are glad to see them as leaders, - said E. Grove. - I have worked closely with Craig and Paul for over 30 years and I know that the energy of Paul, his deep knowledge of the product the Intel, customers and global markets, combined with the popularity and experience of Craig as the manager and technician make them ideal candidates to lead the Intel corporation and the board of directors at the time when our company will continue to develop their computing and telecommunication semiconductor technology. I hope to help Craig and Paul in my new role and to facilitate the exit of Intel Corporation to a new level of success. "
Otellini joined Intel in 1974, the post of president and chief of operations held since January 2002. In the same year he was elected to the board of directors. During his tenure at Intel, Otellini has held various positions, including general manager unit dedicated chipsets, and in 1989 became assistant to Andy Grove, who then served as president of the corporation. In 1990, Otellini was appointed General Manager Intel