BI Chinese station reported on December 1
Diane Bryant, a 32-year veteran of chip giant Intel, has announced his departure as Google's new chief operating officer (COO).
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Bryant has rarely seen Intel at Intel since May of this year. At that time, Intel announced that out of "personal family issues"; Bryant will temporarily leave. Brian Krzanich, Intel's chief executive, said at the time that he wanted Bryant to return within six to eight months and announce her new appointment as she came back.
Prior to that, Bryant was responsible for one of Intel's most important business units. She manages Intel's Data Center Group, which generated $ 17 billion in revenue for Intel in 2016 and helped Intel recover from the weakening situation in the PC industry. Bryant will work with another well-known technology startup, Diane, who is Diane Greene, senior vice president at Google Cloud.
Bryant, who was originally an engineer and later Intel's CIO, recently helped bring Intel into new markets, including artificial intelligence (AI). All of Bryant's experiences apply directly to Google's current efforts in the cloud, and Google hopes to compete with cloud computing giant Amazon AWS through machine learning and AI technology.
In fact, Bryant joined Google has helped steal the limelight, Amazon this week is holding a large-scale cloud computing conference in Las Vegas. Bryant officially left Intel on December 1 local time, Intel will pay 4.5 million US dollars for her severance pay.