Intel in an announcement said that Navin Shenoy will take over the position of general manager of Data Center Group (DCG), taking over from long-time executive Diane Bryant who is stepping down from her role as Senior VP and General Manager of the group.
In an email this week, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich said, "DCG is a central part of our transformation and corporate strategy to make Intel the driving force of the data revolution. Over the past five years, Diane has transformed DCG from a server-centric group to a business that spans servers, network and storage across all end-user segments, and with product lines and business models that extend beyond the traditional"
Under the new organizational structure, Navin will report directly to Brian.
Since joining Intel in 1995, Navin has held leadership roles in the CEO’s office, sales and marketing, and the PC and tablet businesses. Most recently, as general manager of the Client Computing Group (CCG), he was responsible for the P&L, strategy and product development.
Intel said further information about the succession plan for Navin as the general manager of CCG will be provided over the coming weeks. In the interim, Murthy Renduchintala will be CCG’s acting leader.