Posts Tagged ‘Pat Gelsinger’
Pat Gelsinger describes Intel with “two DNAs” — designing microchips and manufacturing microchips. The two are closely related, but different in execution.
Cross one more name off the list of potential successors to Steve Ballmer’s throne at Microsoft. Steve Mollenkopf has been tapped as the new CEO of Qualcomm, likely ruling him out as a candidate for Redmond’s top spot.
Shares at VMware rocketed last night after the firm announced better-than-expected results for its third quarter, which saw its profits rocket by two thirds.
As VMware broadens its borders beyond its sweet spot in server virtualization, does it risk coming into increased conflict with allies and channel partners?
VMware introduces NSX, a networking virtualization product it hopes will do for the network what VSX did for server virtualization.
Virtualization vendor VMware claims its hybrid cloud offering will simplify users’ journey to the cloud.
VMware’s much-rumored spin-off is announced as a “virtual organization,” dubbed the Pivotal Initiative. Paul Martiz, former VMware CEO and current EMC CSO, will now head up the virtual organization as VMware and EMC seek to realign their efforts and create a focused developmental outlet for the future of cloud technology.
The rumors about VMware spinning off Cloud Foundry, GemStone and SpringSource into an EMC-based subsidiary are back. If former VMware CEO Paul Martiz heads up the hypothetical organization, it may put VMware and EMC in a much stronger position to compete with rivals in the cloud and virtualization space.
John Chambers says he’s looking for an orderly transition of power when he finally relinquishes the helm at Cisco in the next few years. Channelnomics takes a look at some of the technology notables being mentioned as possible successors to the long-time CEO.
In regulatory filings, EMC reveals that longtime CEO Joe Tucci will remain with the company for at least another three years, but will likely turn over his chief executive responsibilities much sooner. It’s a sign of stability and planned orderly transition.