Gokul Subramaniam appointed as India President of Intel

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Gokul Subramaniam appointed as India President of Intel
Gokul Subramaniam appointed as India President of Intel

He will be responsible for Intel’s overall engineering and design operations in India.

Gokul Subramaniam has been appointed by Intel Corporation as Intel India President. Including driving innovation, cross-group efficiencies and execution of the company’s products from the site, in this role, he will be responsible for Intel’s overall engineering and design operations in India.

After being with the firm for over 11 years, Gokul Subramaniam has held a number of technical and business leadership positions in product and systems engineering. He is currently based in Bengaluru as a vice president of the Client Computing Group (CCG) and serves as general manager of Client Platforms and Systems.

In addition to his existing functional responsibility of leading client platforms and systems in CCG, he is assuming the role of Intel India President.

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