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Intel Elects New Corporate Officers And Appoints 10 New Vice Presidents; Company Also Appoints A New Intel Fellow.

SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 5, 1996--Intel Corp. today announced the election of two new corporate officers and the appointment of 10 new vice presidents.

Hans G. Geyer, vice president and general manager, Intel Europe, has been elected a vice president of the corporation. Geyer, 44, joined Intel in 1980 and is responsible for Intel's European operations.

Also elected a vice president of the corporation, Avram C. Miller is a director of business development. Miller, 50, joined Intel in 1984 and is responsible for creating new business initiatives and establishing a variety of externally focused business relationships.

Intel also named Richard A. DeLateur, Michael J. Fister, Michael C. Maibach, Sean M. Maloney, David B. Marsing, Jacob A. Pena Jr., David Perlmutter, Pamela L. Pollace, William M. Siu, and Stephen L. Smith to the post of vice president.

DeLateur has been appointed a vice president, Finance. He is controller for the Technology and Manufacturing Group with responsibility for financial operations for all Intel manufacturing sites. DeLateur, 37, is a 15-year Intel veteran.

Fister has been appointed a vice president, Microprocessor Products Group. He is general manager of the Microprocessor Division responsible for the design, development and marketing of the Pentium(R) Pro processor. Fister, 41, joined Intel in 1987.

Maibach has been appointed a vice president, Government Affairs. He is responsible for Intel's government affairs activities. Maibach, 44, joined Intel in 1983.

Maloney has been appointed a vice president, Sales. He is general manager of Intel's Asia-Pacific operations and oversees sales and marketing across the region with offices in 10 countries. Maloney, 39, joined Intel in 1982.

Marsing has been appointed a vice president, Technology and Manufacturing Group. He is plant manager for Intel's largest wafer fabrication facility in Rio Rancho, New Mexico. Marsing, 41, joined Intel in 1981.

Pena Jr. has been appointed a vice president, Technology and Manufacturing Group. He is general manager, Philippine operations. With more than 2,400 employees, the Philippine operation is an integrated test and assembly manufacturing site for Pentium(R) processors and flash memory. Pena, 49, is a 22-year Intel veteran.

Perlmutter has been appointed a vice president, Microprocessor Products Group. He is general manager of the Israel Development Center which develops products for the Microprocessor Products Group and the Intel Communications Group. Perlmutter, 42, joined Intel in 1980.

Pollace has been appointed a vice president, Corporate Marketing Group. She is director of worldwide press relations. Pollace, 42, joined Intel in 1987.

Siu has been appointed a vice president, Technology and Manufacturing Group. He is director of assembly technology development and is responsible for the development of advanced packages and assembly technologies for Intel's microprocessors. Siu, 44, joined Intel in 1980.

Smith has been appointed a vice president, Microprocessor Products Group. He is general manager of the Pentium(R) processor division responsible for development and support of Pentium processor products. Smith, 41, joined Intel in 1979.

New Fellow Appointed

Intel also named Paolo A. Gargini an Intel Fellow. Gargini is director of technology strategy for the Technology and Manufacturing Group.

He is responsible for strategic planning activities for technology development and equipment selection. Gargini has authored a number of technical papers on CMOS and thin film technologies and holds patents in EPROM and interconnect technologies. Gargini, 49, joined Intel in 1978. An Intel Fellow is the company's highest ranking technical position.

Intel, the world's largest chip maker, is also a leading manufacturer of personal computer, networking and communications products.

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