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IDF Fall '04 Cadence has pulled another former Intel server staffer over to its side, hiring Ajay Malhotra, The Register has learned.

Malhotra served as Intel's general manager in charge of marketing for server processors. He will join current Cadence CEO Mike Fister, who was formerly Intel's server processor chief. Intel confirmed Malhotra's departure, saying he left a few days ago. A few other lower level former Intel workers have joined Cadence as well, according to Intel.

A Cadence spokeswoman was unable to find Malhotra in the company's directory, likely meaning he has not started to work at Cadence just yet. The spokeswoman, however, assured us that she is trying to locate Malhotra. God's speed.

Malhotra certainly isn't a huge name, but he did play a central role in hawking Intel's Xeon and Itanium processors. ®

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