Bill Holt is a Vice President of Intel's Technology and Manufacturing Group and Director of Logic Technology Development. He is a member of the Portland Technology Development staff and manages the Advanced Design and Advanced Lithography groups. He is also responsible for the technology definition and planning for Intel's logic processes.
Holt joined Intel in 1974 as a development engineer and worked as technical contributor or manager in DRAM development until 1985. During this time he worked in product engineering, test engineering, circuit design and CAD tool development. He was involved with Intel DRAMs from the 4 K through the 1 MB generations. Next, he assumed the responsibility for the definition of design rules, devices, and test chips for the 1 �m and 0.8 �m logic technologies. Holt was the program manager for the development of Intel's first Bicmos process. More recently he managed the factory automation development for the 0.35 �m generation.
Holt is currently responsible for the definition of new generations of logic technologies, advanced circuit design, and advanced lithography. He was appointed Vice President in January 1999.
Holt is a graduate of the University of Illinois where he received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering in 1974. He received his M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Santa Clara in 1979. He was born in October 1952.