According to Reuters, Intel’s Chief Engineering Officer (Chief Engineering Officer), President of Technology, System Architecture and Customer Division Murthy Renduchintala is leaving as part of a move to split the company’s key technical departments into five teams.
Intel said it will reorganize its technology, system architecture, and customer departments. The department will be split into five teams, including a technology development team led by Ann Kelleher, a 24-year veteran at Intel.
Reuters reported that Ann Kelleher will lead the development of the company's 7nm and 5nm chip technology processes. Just last week, the company stated that the 7-nanometer chip manufacturing process technology is six months behind the original plan, so it has to rely more on external chip manufacturers to ensure product competitiveness.
Murthy Renduchintala, who will leave this time, was widely regarded as the second person after Intel CEO Bob Swan. He joined Intel in 2015 and is one of several key employees introduced by Intel from outside.
At that time, he joined Intel. His mission was to help Intel develop a larger market beyond the central processing unit in the PC era. A major effort is Intel's modem chip business. However, Intel has sold the business to Apple for $1 billion.
IC FLASH 1M PARALLEL 32PLCC
IC EEPROM 1K I2C 1MHZ 8SOIC
IC FLASH 4M SPI 104MHZ 8SOIC
IC FLASH CONFIG 4M 20PLCC
IC SRL CONFG EEPROM 256K 20SOIC
IC SRL CONFIG EEPROM 2M 44TQFP
DIGITAL HUMIDITY AND TEMP SENSOR