Gil G. Frostig is Vice President, Intel Communications Group, and General Manager of Intel's Platform Networking Group. Frostig co-manages the group and is responsible for research and development, as well as manufacturing, for the Platform Networking Group (PNG).
PNG's products primarily connect platforms to networks, such as local area networks (LANs) and consist of silicon components, boards/small systems, and software. From the traditional LAN product lines, PNG has been expanding into additional areas, such as DSL, analog modems, home networking, cable, and wireless networking solutions.
Prior to his current position, Frostig has held various positions at Intel. From 1994 to 1996, he was Engineering Manager in charge of silicon development for the Network Infrastructure Operation in Haifa, Israel. He was a Liaison Engineer for the Haifa development team for the Pentium® OverDrive processor, as well as a project leader for the i860XP RISC processor. Frostig joined Intel in 1983 as a development engineer and team leader for Ethernet networking silicon projects.
Frostig received his Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the Israel Institute of Technology in 1983. He received an Intel Achievement Award in 1991 for the development of the i860XP processor, where he led the circuit design, layout and backend teams.