Intel didn’t stop after removing a crowd of Radeon graphics cards such as Raja Koduri from AMD, but once again let the GPU team thrive. Masooma Bhaiwala, a veteran of 15 years at AMD, confirmed on linked In (LinkedIn) that she had decided to join Intel and serve as vice president of graphics and computing research and development, and that his reporter was Raja Koduri, the head of the department.
Bhaiwala describes her career at AMD as an interesting journey, during which she and the team worked together to create some cool chips.
Prior to Bhaiwala, Balaji Kanigicherla, Kalyan Thumaty, Joseph Facca and others opted to move from AMD to Intel, with Chris Hook, Heather Lennon, John Carvill and others left after less than a year of job-hopping.
Intel’s 10nm Xe architecture features products such as “DG1” and “Vicky Bridge” on the strings, and the latest news is that the DG1 TDP is only 25W, but its performance is close to the GTX 950, and it’s worth looking forward to.