Jan. 9, 2002 – Santa Clara, CA – Intel Corp. has appointed 16 VPs. The newly appointed VPs are Craig Brown, Steven Grant, Nasser Grayeli, Ravi Jacob, Brian Krzanich, Jeffrey McCrea, Stuart Pann, Gregory Pearson, Prasad Rampalli, Keith Reese, Dianne Rudolph, Bruce Sewell, David Shannon, Anthony Sica, Stacy Smith, and Randy Wilhelm.
Craig Brown is VP of the technology and manufacturing group and director of the materials strategic programs operation. He is responsible for ensuring the availability of materials to help Intel meet production deadlines, managing staffing and productivity processes, and deploying e-business capabilities across the company’s procurement operations.
Steven Grant is VP of the technology and manufacturing group and director of logic technology manufacturing and transfer. He co-manages logic process technology development and the transition of 300mm wafer production from development to high-volume manufacturing.
Nasser Grayeli is VP of the technology and manufacturing group and director of assembly technology development. He is responsible for the company’s packaging, assembly, and related technology development.
Ravi Jacob is VP of the finance and enterprise services group and assistant treasurer of acquisitions and strategic investments. He manages the worldwide team of treasury managers responsible for structuring and executing Intel Capital’s acquisition and strategic investment transactions.
Brian Krzanich is VP of the technology and manufacturing group and manager of the Process 860 Program. Krzanich is responsible for the implementation and ongoing performance of 0.13-micron logic process technology across Intel’s global factory network.
Jeffrey McCrea is VP of the Intel architecture group and director of desktop platform marketing for the desktop platforms group. He is responsible for product marketing and applications engineering for Intel products used in desktop computing.
Stuart Pann is VP of the Intel architecture group and director of microprocessor marketing and business planning. He is responsible for the company’s microprocessor and chipset pricing, demand forecasting, and sales strategies.
Gregory Pearson is VP of the sales and marketing group and GM of the communications sales organization. He manages the worldwide sales organization that sells Intel’s communications products to wireless handset, network infrastructure, and embedded computing customers.
Prasad Rampalli is VP of the finance and enterprise services group and director of enterprise business computing in Intel’s IT organization. He is responsible for delivering the e-business infrastructure, core technologies, and data management capabilities to help Intel achieve its goal of becoming a 100% e-corporation.
Keith Reese is VP of the technology and manufacturing group and GM of the Intel supply network group. He is responsible for Intel’s worldwide supply network, including planning, logistics, and light manufacturing of in-process goods, finished systems, and silicon product inventories.
Dianne Rudolph is VP of the finance and enterprise services group and controller of the Intel architecture Group. She is responsible for the group’s financial management.
Bruce Sewell is VP, legal, and assistant general counsel. He manages the team that provides legal advisory services to the Intel Architecture Group.
David Shannon is VP, legal, and assistant general counsel. He is responsible for the legal advisory services for the Intel communications group and the wireless communications and computing group.
Anthony Sica is VP of the wireless communications and computing group and the group’s marketing director. He is responsible for marketing the Intel personal Internet client architecture and related products to makers of wireless communications devices.
Stacy Smith is VP of the sales and marketing group and co-GM of Intel Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). He is responsible for Intel product sales and marketing in the EMEA region.
Randy Wilhelm is VP of the Intel architecture group and director of chipset engineering for the desktop products group. He is responsible for desktop and mobile platform chipset engineering development.