Retired Vice President, Intel Corp.
Richard Malinowski is a retired vice president of Intel Corp. A 30-year veteran of the computing industry, Malinowski, before joining Intel, worked at semiconductor and computing companies in Canada and Poland, primarily as a design engineer and engineering manager, designing hardware, software and semiconductor products. He started his career in chipset design at LSI Logic Corp. of Canada in 1989.
Malinowski joined Intel in 1994 as the design manager. The products his team developed ramped Intel chipset business, and in 1996 he was promoted to director of chipset engineering. In 2005 he was promoted to vice president and general manager of Intel chipset group, responsible for Intel client chipset business. By the end of 2009 Malinowski completed his 20-year chipset management career and moved to direct microprocessor research teams within Intel Labs. He retired from Intel in 2014.
Malinowski received his master’s degree in electrical engineering from the Technical University of Szczecin, Poland, in 1981. He received a second master’s degree in business administration from the University of California, Davis in 1998. He has four patents awarded in the area of memory system design and cache design.
Malinowski loves to golf, read, play chess and bridge.