2001 – January 2005:  Corporate Vice President,  Intel Capital – Director of Mobile and Communications Sectors
Manage Intel Capital’s external investments in Mobile and Communications  companies.  This includes Cellular and
PC notebook device companies, as well Telecom and Datacom technology and services companies who are
deemed to be of strategic interest to the initiatives of the company.  Communications areas include Optical,
Networking, Storage, Broadband, Wireless and Cellular.  Managed a group of 35-40 investment professionals and a
portfolio of ~250 companies with a market  value over $500M.   Also responsible for market analysis and selection of
potential acquisition candidates.   In 2004, he also relocated to Hong Kong to manage the APAC region of Intel
Capital for three months.

1997 – 2001:   Intel Vice President and Group General Manager – Network Communications Group
Vice President and General Manager responsible for Intel’s communication semiconductor products group.  Through
internal development and approximately 20 acquisitions, grew the business to $3B in worldwide sales in ’00
achieving operating profitability consistently over multiple years.  Managed over 35 locations and 7000 employees
reporting directly to Craig Barrett, Intel CEO.  Established Intel as a major semiconductor player in the
communications industry, including introduction of the industries first Network Processor that achieved #1 market
share.  Promoted to Appointed VP in ’96 and to Corporate Vice President in ’98.

1995 – 1997:  Intel Division General Manager – Network Products Division
Co-General Manager for the Network products division focused on developing network  management SW, LAN
adapters and network systems targeted at small to medium business segment.  Grew the business to over $500M in
sales and achieved profitability.  Successful at getting Intel executive office to recognize both the opportunity and the
strategic importance of communications products.  Spearheaded Intel’s effort to lead in Ethernet by utilizing multiple
transitions including: board to silicon, 10Mb to 10/100Mb, and retail to PC OEM distribution.  Strategy resulted in
unseating 3Com for the #1 Market Segment share in Ethernet controllers.

1989 – 1997:  Intel Corp.  Network Products Division
Was assigned the task of revamping the marketing, PR, and marcom strategy for the Networking businesses at Intel.  
Significant restructuring and refocus turned this problematic organization into an asset for the business divisions.  In
1990, launched the networking division inside of Intel, initially responsible for the development and introduction of
Intel’s first high volume networking products including the NetPort print server and 10/100 ethernet adapters.  These
product lines grew extremely rapidly achieving in excess of $100M in sales and volumes of over a million units.  
Responsible for the product line P&L, new product definition, development and introduction.

1982 – 1989:   Intel Manufacturing Technology Development – SMT Processes
Responsible for the development and introduction of Surface Mount Technology processes within Intel system
manufacturing plants.  Acting as the overall program manager, successfully developed the process parameters,
equipment specifications/ procurement, and introduced the new process into 3 production facilities in US, Puerto
Rico & Singapore.  From 1982 to 1985, was a Manufacturing engineer responsible for Intel’s automated board
assembly processes.  Provided factory floor technical support, process planning and development, and new product
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