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Intel's New Regional President Stationed In Hong Kong

Intel Corporation announced that Gregory Bryant has been appointed the company's new vice president and Asia Pacific president.

In his new role, Bryant will be based in Hong Kong and be responsible for all the product business, marketing and development in Asia Pacific, excluding Japan and mainland China.

Bryant joined Intel in 1992. Prior to this appointment, he was vice president of Intel and chief customer officer in business with Lenovo. He was then in charge of the business between Intel and Lenovo, including sales, marketing, and technology development. He also acted as general manager for Intel's digital office platform unit, promoting the scheming, the execution and the expansion of Intel vPro technology, which is based on desktop and laptop platforms.

Bryant graduated from the University of Kansas with a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering in 1991, and he gained his master degree of system management from Golden Gate University in 1996. In 2009, he completed Harvard Advanced Management Program.

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