Andrew Grove, one of Intel’s first employees and a popular face at Intel, will receive a Lifetime Achievement award from the National Inventors Hall of Fame on the 2nd of May. This award will be presented as part of the 50th Anniversary of the Integrated Circuit celebration being held at the Computer History Museum in San Jose, California.
Mr. Grove started with Intel back in 1969 and helped to give Intel its start along with Gordon Moore, who is being inducted into the Hall of Fame this year.
Grove served as President, CEO and Chairman of Intel from 1979 to 2005 and is credited with moving Intel and the computer industry forward in new and innovative ways. Mr. Grove remains as a senior advisor to the Intel Executive Team and has always been known for his leadership and mentoring of Intel Executive staff.