The geek mystique: 10 leading women in tech

These leaders didn't just rely on business acumen to climb the corporate ranks -- they also have serious tech chops

By Ted Samson, InfoWorld |  IT Management, slideshow, women in IT

Diane Bryant

Diane Bryant has worked at chipmaker Intel for more than 25 years, starting in 1985 after earning a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from UC Davis. She went on to earn four patents as a mobile engineer in the early 1990s and later headed up the company's server business.

In her current role as vice president and general manager of the Datacenter and Connected Systems Group, she manages Intel's P&L, strategy and product development for enterprise and cloud server infrastructure, high-performance computing, storage, communications, networking, and intelligent connected systems. Prior to that, she was corporate vice president and CIO, responsible for the corporatewide information technology solutions and services.

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