Raja Koduri leaves Intel where he was chief engineer of the GPU division – Computers – News

Raja Koduri leaves Intel. He joined Intel in 2017 as a Chief Architects Dr And Senior Vice President From the Core and Visual Computing Group and was responsible for GPUs and accelerators. There will also be a new Head of Intel Foundry Services.

Departure of Raja Koduri is Advertise on Twitter Posted by Pat Gelsinger, CEO, Intel Corporation. He thanks Koduri for his “many contributions” to Intel, particularly in the field High performance graphics. Koduri was, among other things, the main figure behind the team responsible for Intel Arc GPUs. He will leave at the end of this month and focus on an artificial intelligence software company for games, media and entertainment.

Koduri joined Intel in 2017 and was president of Intel’s Accelerated Computing and Graphics Group (AXG) until late last year. Then this segment was divided into the consumer branch, data center and artificial intelligence branch, and later Koduri Intels Chief Architects Dr for gpus and accelerators.

Prior to joining Intel, Raja Kodori worked at AMD for four years, the last two years Senior Vice President And Chief Architects Dr From Radeon Technology Group. Between 2009 and 2013 Koduri worked at Apple on graphics chips, but between 2001 and 2009 he was also Chief technical officer In the graphics department from AMD.

Intel also announced that on Tuesday Stuart Pann will be responsible for Intel Foundry Services. He succeeds Randhir Thakur, who announced his departure last year. Pann was for this top vice president, Chief Business Transformation Officer And Director general In Intel Enterprise Planning Group.

Intel Foundry Services was announced early last year as part of Intel’s new IDM 2.0 strategy. With this, the company no longer only wanted to produce chips for itself, but also wanted to act as an outside foundry for other companies. The US chipmaker wants to compete with Asian market leaders TSMC and Samsung.

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