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An Evening With Dr. Pat Gelsinger, President And COO Of EMC

Press Release
09/01/2010

An Evening with Dr. Pat Gelsinger
President and COO
EMC Information, Infrastructure Products, EMC Corporation
September 11, 2010


New England Indian Christian Fellowship is hosting an event on September 11th evening with Dr. Pat Gelsinger (President and COO of EMC Information and Infrastructure Products organization).

Dr. Pat Gelsinger is a well know person in the IT industry and has achieved many milestones and rewards in a very short period of time.

Dr. Gelsinger will  present his success story beginning with the fabrication of the first Intel Chip 80486 and his journey of faith in personal  & professional life based on  his Book,  "The Juggling Act - Bringing Balance to your Faith, Family and Work"

Early bird registrations would receive the Juggling Act book for free and free dinner, free parking, free child care is provided.

Seating is limited to 600 people so it will be on a First come First Serve basis. $10/per person and $15 per couple.

Event Registration Link: http://www.eveningwithpatgelsinger.com

Biography of Pat Gelsinger

President and Chief Operating Officer
EMC Information Infrastructure Products
Executive Office of the Chairman
EMC Corporation

Pat Gelsinger is President and Chief Operating Officer, EMC Information Infrastructure Products. With 2009 revenues of $14 billion and approximately 43,000 employees, EMC is the world's leading developer and provider of information infrastructure technology and solutions that enable organizations of all sizes to transform the way they compete and create value from their information

Gelsinger is responsible for EMC's Information Infrastructure product portfolio, including its Information Storage, RSA Information Security, Information Intelligence Group, and Ionix IT management divisions. Gelsinger is a member of the Executive Office of the Chairman and reports to Joe Tucci, EMC's Chairman, President and CEO.

Before joining EMC, Gelsinger was Senior Vice President and Co-General Manager of Intel's Digital Enterprise Group, the company's largest business group accounting for more than half of Intel's annual revenue. Under Gelsinger's leadership, that group was responsible for Intel's enterprise products including clients (PC's), Server (Xeon and Itanium), Embedded, Communications, Visualization and Storage products. The group was also responsible for the award-winning Nehalem microarchitecture product development.

Prior to this, Gelsinger led Intel Labs, which encompasses many of Intel research activities, including leading Corporate Technology Group and Intel Research. As Intel's first chief technology officer (CTO), he managed Intel's longer-term research efforts and helped ensure consistency from Intel's emerging computing, networking and communications products and technologies.

Gelsinger also led Intel's Desktop Products Group, where he was responsible for its desktop processors, chipsets and motherboards for consumer and commercial OEM customers as well as many of Intel's technology initiatives and the Intel Developer Forum. He also led the development of the Intel ProShare video conferencing and Internet communications product line. He was general manager of the division responsible for the Pentium Pro, IntelDX2 and Intel486 microprocessor families. He was also architect of the original 80486 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 recognition awards.

Gelsinger received 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 degrees are in electrical engineering. He is a Fellow of the IEEE (2008) and was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Letters in 2008 from William Jessup University.



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