Intel ( INTC) Monday announced what it called a "broad reorganization" to help drive development of "complete technology platforms based on Intel ingredients". The California-based chip giant said two new units are being created "to address growing opportunities" in digital healthcare and in serving Intel's worldwide distribution channel. "The new organization will help address growth opportunities by better anticipating and addressing market needs, speeding decision making, and ensuring world-class operational excellence, said Paul Otellini, Intel's president and COO, who is slated to replace CEO Craig Barrett. "Each operating unit has the autonomy to allocate computing and communications resources to be successful, making Intel's entire structure consistent with our platform products strategy." The reorganization gives Intel five new business units; all unit chiefs will report to Barrett and Otellini. "The platform-based organizations also reflect the ongoing convergence of computing and communications by incorporating both capabilities across the new groups," Otellini said. The company also said that Jason Chen, vice president and director of sales and marketing plans to leave at the end of the month to "attend full time to a family health matter." Intel shares closed at 23.02 Friday, well off their 52-week high of $33.38.