Former Apple engineer Jim Keller resigns from executive role at Intel

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Jim Keller is leaving Intel after working for the company since 2018. In a public memo, Intel says that Keller has resigned effective today due to personal reasons. He was a senior vice president and general manager of silicon engineering there, with a major role in designing chips. As pointed out by Bloomberg, Keller has worked …
Jim Keller is leaving Intel after working for the company since 2018. In a public memo, Intel says that Keller has resigned effective today due to personal reasons. He was a senior vice president and general manager of silicon engineering there, with a major role in designing chips.

As pointed out by Bloomberg, Keller has worked on important projects at Tesla, AMD, and Apple. Back in 2008, he was a senior executive at P.A. Semi, a company focused on designing ARM processors that was later acquired by Apple.

With the acquisition, Jim Keller helped Apple to create its first ARM processors, including the A4 and A5 chip that led the…
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