How Pat Gelsinger saved VMware

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As a boy growing up in rural Pennsylvania, Patrick Gelsinger expected he’d become a farmer like his father. An early aptitude for technology set his life on a far different path. Gelsinger spent 30 years at Intel Corp. as a technician and chip architect, working on microprocessors and game-changing innovations like USB and WiFi. He rose to become the company’s first chief technology officer. Now he’s CEO of VMware, a $41 billion Dell Technologies subsidiary that provides cloud computing and...

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