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Intel Vietnam gets new CEO

Released at: 10:01, 04/12/2014

Intel Vietnam gets new CEO

Mr. Tran Duc Trung (Jay Tran) to take over the reins from Mr. Mai Sean Cang.

by Son Ho

Mr. Tran Duc Trung (Jay Tran), new CEO of Intel Vietnam

Intel appointed Mr. Tran Duc Trung (Jay Tran) as the new CEO of Intel Vietnam on November 29, replacing Mr. Mai Sean Cang. His responsibility is to promote technological applications through strategic partnerships with government and partners in Vietnam. He holds a Master degree in Business Administration (MBA) from the California State University and has over ten years of experience in the field of information and technology. He started his career at Acer Taiwan and before joining Intel was the General Director of Dell Vietnam, where he created the entire distribution system and led overall business operations.

“I am honored to be a member of Intel - a leading brand in technology innovation,” he said. “I am excited to lead and work with the Intel Vietnam team to bring out solutions for the market that are suitable for technological innovation.”Speed of technology and computing power has made the world change rapidly in recent years. People no longer live in a world with only basic needs like simple devices and simple connections. Nowadays people need to use multiple platforms such wearable devices, smartphones, tablets and PCs that connect smoothly and synchronize with each other automatically. These tools truly a provide personal experience. People are moving from a world of screens and devices into a world where people and equipment are linked together.

“Intel has been in Vietnam for over 16 years and has achieved success in opening up the improving progress of technology in the community, to enrich the lives of all Vietnamese people,” said Prakash Mallya, CEO of Intel South East Asia. “It is also Intel’s mission to contribute to the improvement of infrastructure and educational system of the country. Vietnam is one of the key growing markets for Intel in Southeast Asia and around the world, and I absolutely believe in the role Jay will play in promoting development in this important market.”

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