Intel CEO Paul S Otellini


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Intel CEO Paul S Otellini

  1. 1. Paul S. Otellini President and Chief Executive Officer Intel Corporation PRESENTED BY: NAGESH CHARUGUNDLA
  2. 2.  Paul S. Otellini born on October 12, 1950 and raised in San Francisco, California, United States, his family is of Italian origin.  Graduated from St. Ignatius College Preparatory. He holds a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of San Francisco in 1972.  He received an MBA from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley in 1974.
  3. 3.  Paul otellini is the fifth CEO in the company's great 45-year history  Otellini's retirement will close the door on almost 40 years of employment with Intel.
  4. 4. Employment at Intel: He joined Intel in 1974. Otellini was appointed an operating group vice president in 1988, Elected as an Intel corporate officer in 1991, Made senior vice president in 1993, and Promoted to executive vice president in 1996. CEO Paul Otellini announced his resignation in November 2012 and was retired in may 2013.
  5. 5. Otellini is also a member in the Professional Business Fraternity Delta Sigma Pi while attending the University of San Francisco. Otellini's brother, Rev.Steven Otellini, is a Roman Catholic priest in the Archdiocese of San Francisco currently serving as pastor of The Church of the Nativity in Menlo Park, California, United States.
  6. 6.  Founded in 1968  World’s Largest Semiconductor Company  ~75% of the company’s $34 billion in sales are outside the U.S.  80,000 employees; 60% in U.S.  12 of 16 factories in the U.S.  Semiconductor manufacturing is  R&D-intensive + BOTH HAVE TAX  Capital-intensive IMPLICATIONS
  7. 7. U.S. Competitiveness  Research and the location of production facilities critically affect U.S. competitiveness  Especially as the U.S. becomes increasingly a knowledge-based economy
  8. 8. Indeed, in 2004 INTEL canceled its high-performance uniprocessor projects and joined IBM and Sun in declaring that the road to higher performance would via multiple processors per chip rather than via faster uniprocessors “We are dedicating all of our future product development to multicore designs. … This is a sea change in computing” -Paul Otellini, President, Intel (2004) Computer Science at a Crossroads
  9. 9. Intel R & D ~ 80% in U.S.
  10. 10. Outline Computer Science at a Crossroads Defining Computer Architecture Trend in Technology and Cost
  11. 11. Trends in Technology To evaluate a computer, designer must be aware of rapid changes in implementation technology Integrated circuit logic: transistor density increase by about 35% per year Increase in die size is ranging from 10% to 20% per year The combined effect is a growth rate in transistor count on a chip is about 40%~55% per year
  12. 12. Processors in INTEL Intel® Core™ i7 Extreme ProcessorIntel's smartest processor is the perfect engine for hardcore gaming Intel® Core™ i7 ProcessorUltimate smart performance for multimedia creation and serious multitasking Intel® Core™ i5 ProcessorSmart performance with a speed boost for video, photos, email, and Internet Intel® Core™ i3 ProcessorSmart performance starts here for common tasks like listening to music Intel® Pentium® Mobile ProcessorExceptional value with reliable performance Intel® Celeron® Mobile ProcessorProven technology, exceptional value for your basic computing needs Intel® Atom™ ProcessorDelivers energy-efficient performance to power a range of computing devices
  14. 14. INTEL CORPORATION Semiconductor Manufacture company: •Intel Corporation is an American multinational semiconductor chip maker corporation headquartered in Santa Clara, California. Intel is the world's largest and highest valued semiconductor chip maker, based on revenue. •Stock price: INTC (NASDAQ)US$ 21.98-0.08 (-0.36%) Headquarters: Santa Clara, CA, United States of America Founded: 1968 Founders: Gordon Moore, Robert Noyce