ExecutiveBiz featured Greg Clifton, general manager of defense and national security group at Intel, in a recent Executive Spotlight interview published Thursday. He talked about his work with Intel and how the group works to match company technologies with the mission requirements of government customers. Other topics tackled during the Q&A were information technology modernization, Intel partners and investments.
Here’s an excerpt from the interview with Clifton detailing other company initiatives.
“I’m really excited about Intel’s recent multi-billion dollar investments in several new U.S.-based chip manufacturing factories. Late last year we broke ground on two factories in Chandler, Arizona, and earlier this year we announced plans to build two other factories in New Albany, Ohio, just outside of Columbus.
These factories are part of Intel’s effort to restore U.S. semiconductor manufacturing leadership. It couldn’t come at a better time, too, given the recent supply chain shortages we’re facing, particularly with regards to chips. With these U.S.-based factories, we’re going to ensure our customers have access to advanced semiconductor technology for years to come.”
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