Intel taps former HPE exec to head its data centre and AI group

Intel has announced that it has appointed former Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) executive Justin Hotard to the post of executive vice president and general manager of its data centre and AI group, effective Feb. 1. He will report to Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger.

Hotard will be responsible for Intel’s suite of data centre products spanning enterprise and cloud, including its Xeon processor family, graphics processing units (GPUs), and accelerators.

He replaces Sandra Rivera, who has assumed the role of the chief executive officer of Programmable Solutions Group, a new standalone unit within Intel focused on FPGAs (Field Programmable Gate Arrays).

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