Pat Gelsinger joined VMware in September 2012, bringing more than 30 years of technology and leadership experience. Most recently, Gelsinger led EMC’s Information Infrastructure Products business as president and COO, overseeing engineering and operations for information storage, data computing, backup and recovery, RSA security and enterprise solutions as well as the office of the CTO.
Prior to EMC, Gelsinger spent 30 years in numerous technical, management and executive roles at Intel, where he began his career. He led Intel’s Digital Enterprise Group, the company’s largest business unit and responsible for enterprise products including the Xeon and Itanium processors, as senior vice president and co-general manager, and he also led the Desktop Products Group responsible for desktop processors, chipsets and motherboards for consumer and commercial customers. Gelsinger was Intel’s first CTO, and as the head of Intel Labs he led many of the company’s research initiatives. He was also the architect of the original 80486 processor and a design engineer on the 80386 and 80286 processor design teams.
Gelsinger holds six patents in the areas of VLSI design, computer architecture and communications, is a well-known speaker on technology trends, and has received a variety of industry awards. He earned an associate’s degree from Lincoln Technical Institute in 1979, a bachelor’s degree from Santa Clara University in 1983 (magna cum laude) and a master’s degree from Stanford University in 1985, all in electrical engineering. In 2008 he was named a Fellow of the IEEE and awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Letters in 2008 from William Jessup University.
Day 1 of 3: Today on the broadcast, Pat Gelsinger, Chief Technology Officer for Intel Corporation, reflects on his boyhood and the work ethic he learned from
Day 2 of 3: On the broadcast today, Intel's Chief Technology Officer, Pat Gelsinger, talks about the challenges of balancing the demands of a corporate executive
Day 3 of 3: Today, Pat Gelsinger, Chief Technology Officer for Intel and author of the book Balancing Your Family, Faith, and Work, talks with Dennis Rainey about