Intel returns to the ranks “oldies”. Glenn Hinton returned to the company, who also worked on the Intel P6 architecture
Recently it became known that the new head of Intel will be Pat Gelsinger, who at one time was one of the key employees of the company, including working on the Core and Xeon families.
Now it became known that Intel has returned to itself another veteran – Glenn Hinton (Glenn Hinton). He will return to Intel, despite the fact that three years ago he retired. At one time he worked in the company for 34 years. During this time, he managed to make a very important contribution to the creation of products that are extremely important for Intel and the industry as a whole, starting with the superscalar architecture P6 and the first superscalar microprocessor Intel i960 CA and ending with the Nehalem microarchitecture.
Now at Intel, Hinton will be working on some kind of high-performance CPU project, but it’s unclear for which segment.