Ryan Shrout, senior director of customer strategy, graphics and artificial intelligence at Intel, has announced his resignation from the company. Lately he has been actively involved in promoting the Arc Alchemist discrete graphics cards. He worked at Intel for five years and joined the company in 2018.
Working closely with senior graphics engineer Tom Petersen and Intel’s then chief graphics architect Raja Koduri, Shrout frequently participated in panels that played a key role in revealing details about the then-upcoming Arc graphics cards. Alchemist
Subsequently, Shrout continued to actively participate in the announcements of new versions of Intel graphics drivers and wrote new articles on the company’s official website. Shrout announced his departure from Intel via his page on the social network X (formerly Twitter).
“Autumn is a time of change. Yesterday was my last day at Intel. I’ll be taking a few weeks off to spend time with my family and then I’m looking forward to talking about what’s next.”— wrote Shout.
A day earlier, Scott Herkelman, head of Radeon, announced his decision to leave AMD. He also did not comment on his future plans.