Intel CEO Brian Krzanich with Dan McNamara at the site of the former Altera headquarters in San Jose, CA. McNamara is a former Altera executive who now leads Intel’s Programmable Solutions Group. On Tuesday, January 12, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich visited Altera headquarters in San Jose, CA and formally welcomed hundreds of new employees into Intel.
During the CES keynote address, Brian Krzanich and Emmy-award winning Producer Mark Burnett (“Survivor” and “Shark Tank”) provided a sneak peek of the teams competing for the $1 million prize and chance to turn their ideas into reality in the new competition series, America’s Greatest Makers , premiering this spring on TBS.
In his CES 2016 keynote, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich announced that Intel is moving beyond microprocessors to achieve the goal to validate Intel’s broader product base as conflict-free in 2016 .
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Intel CEO Brian Krzanich played a charity League of Legends match against Texas technology billionaire Mark Cuban at the Intel Extreme Masters eSports tournament in San Jose, California on Nov. 21, 2015
During a press conference today, Jean-Claude Biver, CEO of TAG Heuer, accompanied by Brian Krzanich, CEO of Intel, and David Singleton, VP, Engineering (Android) at Google, unveiled the TAG Heuer Connected watch with Intel Inside® . The TAG Heuer Connected watch is the first luxury Swiss watch with Intel Inside® powered by Android Wear. It harmonizes computing innovation with 150 years of watchmaking, timeless aesthetics and supreme quality
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich ranked #17 on ExecRank’s Top Mega and Large Cap CEOs list , an annual ranking that looks at executive performance across key areas including business results during tenure, earnings, and industry reputation. ExecRank is the largest global marketplace for advisors and board members.
An ally of the LGBTQ community, Intel joins in the “National Coming Out” Day (Oct. 11th) celebration
Today at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Brian Krzanich announced the newly expanded Intel® IoT Developer Program by adding Intel IoT Commercial Developer Resources and Kits.
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