Former Intel COO to Lead Data Center Infrastructure at Lenovo

March 29, 2017
BY Peter High Founder and President of Metis Strategy
Icon Scrolling Bar

0%

By Peter High, published on Forbes

03-28-17

Former Intel Chief Information Officer turned Chief Operating Officer, Client, IoT and System Architecture Group Kim Stevenson announced she was leaving Intel after seven and a half years with a Tweet stating, “Today was my last day at Intel. It’s been a great 7 1/2 yrs…on to new adventures.” Now, her “new adventures” are known, as she has been named the new Senior Vice President and General Manager of Data Center Infrastructure at Lenovo starting May 1, 2017. This group is responsible for shaping the company’s portfolio of server, storage and networking products, as well as solutions. She will report to Kirk Skaugen, executive vice president & president, Data Center Group, Lenovo.

Skaugen noted that “Kim is a widely respected and highly accomplished technology leader, and we’re honored to have her join our team. Lenovo is attracting some of the industry’s best talent as we continue to expand our capabilities and breadth of solutions as a data center company. In addition, our new market segment-driven structure and global sales and marketing organization will enable us to be even more dynamic and responsive in helping our customers navigate today’s rapidly evolving technology and business landscape.”

Click here to read the full article on Forbes

Interested in working together?

We’d love to hear from you.
contact us

Contact Us

    Icon

    Thank you for your submission

    We will get back to you as soon as possible. Back to site