Navin Shenoy


January 7, 2016

Navin Shenoy is executive vice president and general manager of the Data Center Group at Intel Corporation. He leads the worldwide organization that develops the company’s data center platforms, a business that spans servers, networks and storage across all customer segments. Shenoy is responsible for the group’s product lines and business strategies, which encompass traditional business models as well as innovative solutions that help drive the industry transformation toward cloud computing, virtualization of network infrastructure and the adoption of artificial intelligence.

Before assuming his current role in 2017, Shenoy served as general manager of Intel’s Client Computing Group. During his tenure in that position, he had responsibility for profit and loss, business strategy and product development across notebooks, desktops, tablets, 2 in 1 devices and home gateways. Earlier in his Intel career, Shenoy was general manager for Intel Asia Pacific, where he was responsible for all sales, marketing and enabling of Intel products in the region. He also previously held leadership roles in Intel’s PC and tablet business units and in the CEO’s office, including three years as technical assistant to former Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini.

Shenoy joined Intel in 1995. He earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Michigan and completed the Stanford Executive Program at Stanford University.

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