Eden was senior VP of Intel International and director of its perceptual computing group and recognisable by his trademark beret..
"I leave Intel with a sense of satisfaction," Eden said in a press release statement, adding, "I had the privilege to work with creative people, people who over time became good friends."
However he is not saying where he is going, or why he is leaving now.
Eden joined Intel in 1982 and served in numerous technological and administrative roles, planning microprocessors for some Intel processors, including the Intel Pentium MMX.
From 1999 to 2003, he served as director and general manager of Intel Israel's R&D center. He was responsible for the development of the microprocessor and mobile microchip systems, including Intel Centrino and the Intel Pentium M processors.
In 2004 Eden was appointed VP and marketing chief in the mobile platforms group, and was responsible for leading the growth in notebooks.
In 2005 he was promoted to VP and general manager of the Mobile Platforms Group and was responsible for expanding the categories of notebooks and later netbooks.
In 2009 was promoted to VP and general manager of the PC group, where he oversaw the platform design, architecture, and marketing for Intel PC solutions for desktop and mobile computers.
In 2011 he returned to Israel and was appointed president of Intel Israel.
As part of his work in Israel, Eden was responsibilities for overseeing the company's interface with other entities in the Israeli economy: academia, start-ups and the local education system.