Yesterday, Gregory Bryant, Executive vice president and general manager of Intel's Client computing group, announced his departure. At CES this year, he hosted Intel's new product launch, where he introduced Intel's biggest upgrade in recent years, the 12-generation Core mobile processor.
Gregory Bryant took to Twitter today to say goodbye to Intel, Posting pictures from his past.
"After 30 incredible years at Intel, I have made the difficult decision to pursue new opportunities in the technology industry," Gregory Bryant said. Thanks to those who have been with me on this journey, I will always be one of Intel's biggest fans."
IT Home has learned that Gregory Bryant will be leaving Intel corp. at the end of January to pursue new opportunities. Since joining Intel in 1992, Gregory Bryant has held a number of positions, including most recently as General Manager of the Client Computing Group and previously as General Manager of Intel's Asia Pacific and Japan regions. He led the team responsible for co-designing and delivering Intel's consumer and business PC platforms, including the Intel Evo and Intel Burry platforms.