CCIA on the passing of former Intel CEO Paul Otellini

October 3, 2017

Washington — Intel announced the death of its former CEO Paul Otellini at the age of 66. Otellini began working at Intel in 1974 and served as CEO from 2005 until 2013 during a period of high growth and innovation.

The Computer & Communications Industry Association is an international non profit tech trade association, and Intel is a member company. The following can be attributed to CCIA President & CEO Ed Black:

“We’re sorry to learn of the loss of Otellini, who was a widely respected leader in our industry. His leadership at Intel helped shape the company’s role as an an innovator and one of the foundational technology companies that helped launch the digital revolution.”

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