Kathleen Robinson on Intel’s Defense Industrial Base Partnerships, Semiconductor R&D Initiatives

Kathleen Robinson manages an Intel team that partners with defense industrial base and systems integration entities serving the federal sector.

In a recent Executive Spotlight interview, she offered her perspective on how the company is fostering a “partner-first approach” to support agency missions.

“We’re building consistent go-to-market activities with our DIB partners through technology designed and built with Intel chips. We’re also providing early access to custom foundry services. This is our Integrated Device Manufacturer 2.0 framework.”

Robinson noted the company works to help advance semiconductor technology for Department of Defense applications and supports domestic supply chain resilience efforts in accordance with the CHIPS Act.

“We have several initiatives in play to take advantage of a national network of onshore prototyping and lab-to-fab transition in semiconductor technologies for DoD-unique applications. We’re also following the R&D budget allotment and new appropriations to work closely with our DIB partners to fund collaborative research and help grow top- and bottom-line revenue.”

Click here to read her full Q&A session with ExecutiveBiz.

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