Intel Announces Dr. Rich Uhlig as New Managing Director of Intel Labs

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Dr. Rich Uhlig is the managing director of Intel Labs. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
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What’s New: Dr. Richard (Rich) Uhlig is the new managing director of Intel Labs. In this role, he will lead Intel Labs in its mission to look beyond today’s product portfolio to discover and research new forms of technology and computing. Intel Labs operates one of the most advanced networks of collaborative university-based research partnerships and seeks to speed the development and scale the impact of emerging technologies.

“The work we are doing at Intel Labs is pushing the boundaries of technology every day whether that’s our research in quantum and neuromorphic computing or how we’re extending and evolving Moore’s Law. We have some of the brightest minds working together across industry and academia to solve some of the biggest challenges in technology. I am very excited to lead Intel Labs in this data-centric era.”
– Dr. Rich Uhlig, managing director, Intel Labs

Who is Rich Uhlig: Uhlig is the new managing director of Intel Labs and an Intel senior fellow. Prior to this role, Rich was the director of Systems and Software Research in Intel Labs, where he led research efforts in virtualization, cloud-computing systems, software-defined networking, big-data analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence. He joined Intel in 1996 and led the definition of multiple generations of virtualization architecture for Intel processors and platforms, known collectively as Intel Virtualization Technology (Intel® VT). Rich earned his Ph.D. in computer science and engineering from the University of Michigan.

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