Intel’s Diane Bryant joins Google Cloud as COO

Former group president at Intel, Diane Bryant, is joining Google Cloud as the company’s chief operating officer. The announcement was made by Diane Greene, CEO, Google Cloud, in a blog post on Thursday.

Most recently, Ms. Bryant was head of Intel’s Data Center Group. Previously, she was Intel’s corporate vice president and CIO. Ms. Bryant was taking a leave of absence to tend to a personal family matter, the chipmaker had announced earlier this year.

Ms. Bryant serves on the board of United Technologies.

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