Elenora Yoeli is vice president of the Mobility Group and director of Low Power Intel Architecture CPU Development for the Ultra Mobility Group. She is responsible for developing low-power, highly integrated microprocessor products for Mobile Internet Devices. Yoeli is also responsible for developing microprocessors for low-cost IA and system-on-a-chip products used in consumer electronics and DHG. Yoeli oversees design teams located in Austin, Texas and Chandler, Ariz.
Yoeli has been involved in the ultra mobile design area since 2004. Prior to that she managed validation and execution for the Pentium4® family of products and has held key positions in chip design, computer automated design as well as in software engineering where she developed a number of X86 compilers and operating systems. In her EDA role she was responsible for the development of core capabilities.
Prior to joining Intel in 1981, Yoeli was a senior programmer at Reiter Software Systems. She was a teaching assistant in the Computer Science and EE Technion faculty until 1999 while studying for Computer Science graduate degree. She received her bachelor's degree in biophysics from Hebrew University, Jerusalem, in 1972 and her master's degree in biophysics from Technion University in Haifa in 1977.
Yoeli is a four-time winner of the Intel Achievement Award.