Intel President and CEO to give Keynote Dinner Address
Contact: Amy Smorodin
May 18, 2010 – Paul Otellini, President and CEO of Intel Corporation, will be a featured keynote speaker at the Technology Policy Institute’s Aspen Forum, scheduled for August 22nd – August 24th. He will join other influential industry leaders and policy experts at the event to discuss key issues affecting innovation in the technology sector.
Mr. Otellini has served as President of Intel since 2002 and as Chief Executive Officer since 2005. In his current role, he is focused on driving the company’s growth and mission to design and build the essential technologies that serve as the foundation for the world’s computing devices. Since joining Intel in 1974, Otellini has managed several Intel businesses, including the company’s PC and server microprocessor division and the global sales and marketing organization. Otellini holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of San Francisco, and an MBA from the University of California, Berkeley. Otellini serves on the board of directors of Google Inc. and is chairman of the Task Force on American Innovation.
Other top leaders from the technology and policy sectors scheduled to speak at the forum include Mark McLaughlin, President and Chief Executive Officer of VeriSign, Thomas Tauke, Executive Vice President of Public Affairs, Policy and Communications at Verizon, and Hal Varian, Chief Economist of Google. Edward Mueller, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of Qwest Communications, will offer opening remarks at the premier policy event.
TPI’s Aspen Forum will bring together notable representatives from business, government, and academia in a relaxed, informal setting to discuss and debate the key public policy issues surrounding information and communications technology. This year’s theme, “Innovation and Critical Policy Choices: Is the United States Losing its Edge?” will guide the keynote speeches, workshops and panels. Discussions at TPI’s Aspen Forum will explore the state of innovation in the U.S. and how public policy concerning such topics as broadband, competition, intellectual property and data security can create a favorable environment conducive to innovation and entrepreneurship.
To register, please visit www.techpolicyinstitute.org/aspen2010. A discounted registration fee for corporate and trade association attendees is being offered through June 30th. For additional information, please contact Jane Creel at [email protected]. Members of the press can contact Amy Smorodin at [email protected].
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