Dadi Perlmutter leaves Intel after 34 years
23 October, 2013
He will leave the company in February 20, 2014, the 34 th anniversary of his start of employment at Intel. Until his departure he will provide transition assistance to Intel’s Platform Engineering Group
David (David) Perlmutter, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Intel Architecture Group, notified Intel of his intention to leave the company in February 20, 2014, the 34 th anniversary of his start of employment at Intel. Until his departure he will provide transition assistance to Intel’s Platform Engineering Group.
Perlmutter is executive vice president and general manager of the Intel Architecture Group (IAG) and chief product officer of Intel Corporation. He is responsible for Intel’s platform solutions for all computing segments including datacenters, desktops, laptops, handhelds, embedded devices, and consumer electronics.
Prior to his current role, Perlmutter was general manager of the Mobility Group, where he drove the creation of Intel’s latest mobile products from the high-performance Intel Core™ processor family to the low-power Atom™ processor family. As vice president and general manager of the Mobile Platforms Group, he developed the first Centrino brand processor technology, which grew the mobile business and became the foundation for all future mobile products.
Previously, Perlmutter was responsible to the Microprocessor Products Group, Basic Microprocessor Division and the manager of the Intel Israel Development Center in Haifa, where he led the development of the Pentium® processor with MMX technology and its mobile versions. Perlmutter also led the development teams that designed the Intel i387 math coprocessor and the Intel i860™ XP RISC processor that defined the initial direction for the Pentium processor microarchitecture.
Perlmutter joined Intel in 1980 after graduating from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, with a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering. He holds patents on branch target buffers and multiprocessing cache coherency protocols. Perlmutter received an award for innovation in industrial development from the Israeli president in 1987 for the development of the i387 math coprocessor.
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