Uri Frank, Intel Senior Vice President announced his retirement from the company, Shortly after the company announced its promotion. The circumstances of his retirement are not yet clear and various evaluations of associates estimate that he has received an offer for an attractive position.
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Earlier this month, Intel Israel announced six appointments by Israelis to senior positions in the global organization, and Frank was named corporate vice president of Intel. The company noted that this is one of the highest ranks.
Frank is the director of Intel’s engineering organization in the Core & Client development group and currently manages some 2,000 employees in Israel, India and the United States.
Intel said: “After more than 20 years of tremendous contribution to Intel, Uri Frank has decided to retire for personal reasons. Frank joined Intel while still a student in 1997, since then he has excelled in his technology and leadership skills and has inspired many teams around the world “The world is developing the next generations of Core and SoC products to a high and uncompromising standard for the company’s customers. Intel wishes you great success in your future endeavors and thanks you for your personal and professional hard work, commitment, and donations at all times. ”
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