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  2. Vinod Dham - Wikipedia

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    Vinod Dham is an Indian-American engineer, entrepreneur and venture capitalist. He is known as 'Father of the Pentium Chip' for his contribution to the development of Intel's Pentium micro-processor [2] [3] [4] He is a mentor, advisor and sits on the boards of companies, including startups funded through his India-based fund Indo-US Venture ...

  3. Tech Throwback: Alumnus and former Intel exec Vinod Dham ...

    www.uc.edu/news/articles/2022/02/vinod-dham.html

    Lured by a scholarship to attend graduate school at UC, Vinod Dham got off a plane from India to Cincinnati with $8 in his pocket. A quarter century later, he returned to campus a multimillionaire. Dham, MS (Eng) '77, rears back in his chair, pauses a moment and grins when he thinks of the enormous pressure he faced to develop the Pentium ...

  4. When Speed Was King: Vinod Dham and the Birth of the Pentium

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    It launched the first named chip -- the Pentium. In an interview with India Knowledge at Wharton, Vinod Dham, widely regarded as the "father of the Pentium," shares his thoughts about those heady ...

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  5. Vinod (Vin) Dham - Founding Board Member - LinkedIn

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    Popularly acclaimed worldwide as the "Father of Pentium", for leading Intel's iconic microprocessor brand from inception to its worldwide success, Vinod (Vin) Dham has Over 40+ years of experience ...

  6. Interview with Vinod Dham, father of the Pentium, on a life ...

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    Vinod Dham has lived the quintessential Silicon Valley rags to riches immigrant story. Born in Pune, India, he came to the U.S. in 1975 as an engineering student with just $8 in his pocket. He ...

  7. The technology trailblazer - University of Cincinnati

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    Vinod Dham became a household name in India in May when Clinton, the first president to visit the country in 26 years, mentioned Dham's accomplishments during his keynote speech. Back to base When Vinod Dham returned to UC earlier this year to accept a distinguished alumni award from the College of Engineering, it was his first flight to ...

  8. Vinod Dham Profile - Vinod Dham Biography - Information on ...

    www.iloveindia.com/indian-heroes/vinod-dham.html

    In 1975, Vinod Dham went to the US and did his Masters in Electrical Engineering from the University of Cincinnati. After completing his Masters in 1977, Vinod Dham joined the National Cash Register (NCR) at Dayton, Ohio. Vinod was a team member of the NCR's memory design group. He received many patents for his work at NCR.

  9. Vinod Dham was born in 1950s, to a Punjabi Hindu Kayastha family. His father was a member of the army civilian department who had moved from Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan to India during the Partition of India.

  10. Vinod Dham – The Indian Scientist who is the Father of ...

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    Vinod Dham (Image Source) In the year 1993, the famous company Intel released their first named Chip, the Pentium. The invention of the Pentium series is linked with the name of a famous Indian Scientist Vinod Dham. He is known as the father of the Pentium processors. He had worked as the Vice-President of the Microprocessor Product group, Intel.

  11. People Who Didn't Go To IIT And Still Made It Big In Life

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    3. Vinod Dham. YouTube. The man who is known as the ‘Father of the Pentium Chip,' failed at the IIT-JEE exam. Dham’s success story is well-known as he started from scratch. He came to the US with just $8 in his pockets. While barely making ends meet, he completed his graduation and found a job for himself at Intel and, the rest, is history. 4.