Gregory M. Bryant is executive vice president and general manager of the Client Computing Group at Intel Corporation. He leads the Intel organization dedicated to client computing solutions, a business that spans notebooks, desktops, tablets, 2 in 1 devices and home gateways. Bryant’s responsibilities include profit and loss, business strategy, and product development for the full portfolio of Intel technologies, processors, chipsets and connectivity solutions designed to enable exceptional personal computing experiences.
Before assuming his current role in 2017, Bryant was vice president and general manager of Intel’s Connected Home and Commercial Client Group. Earlier in his extensive Intel career, he led the company’s Asia Pacific and Japan business. Based in Hong Kong, he was responsible for sales, marketing and technical enabling of Intel products in the region. Bryant’s global business-building expertise also includes three years in Beijing, China, where he served as a vice president in Intel’s Sales and Marketing Group and led the company’s global business relationship with Lenovo.
Bryant’s tenure at Intel also includes managing the Business Client Platform Division, where he led the inception, launch and expansion of Intel® vPro™ technology across desktop and mobile PCs. He joined Intel in 1992 and has also held engineering, operations and director roles in the company’s Information Technology Group.
Bryant received his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Kansas and his master’s degree in systems management from Golden Gate University. He also completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School. Bryant serves on the board of directors at Cloudian, a company specializing in cloud storage software and services for enterprises and service providers.