Justin Hotard to lead Intel’s data centre and AI group

Intel Corporation announced the appointment of Justin Hotard as executive vice president and general manager of its Data Centre and AI Group (DCAI). He joins Intel with more than 20 years of experience driving transformation and growth in computing and data centre businesses, and is a leader in delivering scalable AI systems for the enterprise.

Hotard will become a member of Intel’s executive leadership team and report directly to CEO Pat Gelsinger. He will be responsible for Intel’s suite of data centre products spanning enterprise and cloud, including its Intel® Xeon® processor family, graphics processing units (GPUs) and accelerators. He will also play an integral role in driving the company’s mission to bring AI everywhere.

“Justin is a proven leader with a customer-first mindset and has an impressive track record in driving growth and innovation in the data centre and AI,” said Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger. “Justin is committed to our vision to create world-changing technologies and passionate about the critical role Intel will play in empowering our customers for decades to come.”

Most recently, Hotard served as executive vice president and general manager of High-Performance Computing, AI and Labs at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE). While at HPE, he was responsible for delivering AI capabilities to customers addressing some of the world’s most complex problems through data-intensive workloads. He also directed the company’s central applied research group, Hewlett Packard Labs.

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