Ryan Shrout announces departure from Intel

Published: Sep 26th 2023, 17:51 GMT   Comments

Ryan Shrout is no longer working for Intel

Former Editor-in-Chief at PC Perspective is joined Intel in 2018. 

Ryan Shrout has recently disclosed his departure from Intel, marking the end of his five-year term with the company. During his time at Intel, he served as the Senior Director of Client Strategy, Graphics, and AI. Shrout was always ready to explain everything related to the Arc series before and after they came out.

Working closely with Tom Petersen and Raja Koduri, Shrout was a frequent participant in roundtable discussions that played a pivotal role in unveiling the details that ultimately culminated in the launch of the Arc Alchemist series. Subsequently, he remained actively engaged in driver development updates and contributed new articles to Intel’s official website.

Petersen, Shrout and Koduri during Intel roundtable, Source: Intel

Today he announced his departure from Intel and will spend the next couple of weeks with family:

Shrout’s departure follows Raja Koduri’s announcement of his exit from Intel last year. The Intel GPU division experienced a significant influx of talent prior to the official launch of the Arc series, with numerous journalists and renowned GPU enthusiasts joining forces to assist Intel in delivering its first modern GPU architecture designed for gamers.

In a parallel development, Scott Herkleman, the Chief of AMD Radeon, announced his forthcoming departure from AMD, set to take place by the year’s end. These transitions signal a period of considerable change within the GPU industry. Notably, neither Herkleman nor Shrout has divulged details about their future plans.

Source: Ryan Shrout

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