SK hynix memory solutions announces Dr. Khandker Nazrul Quader as CEO

  SK hynix memory solutions announces Dr. Khandker Nazrul Quader as CEO

Business Wire

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- July 22, 2013

SK hynix memory solutions (SKHMS) is pleased to announce that Dr. Khandker
Nazrul Quader has joined SKHMS as President and CEO effective June 21, 2013.

“It has been nearly one year since SK hynix acquired controller expertise
through the acquisition of Link-A-Media Devices, now SK hynix memory solutions
(SKHMS),” stated Dr. Park, President and CEO of SK hynix and Chairman of the
Board of SKHMS. “The addition of Dr. Quader’s leadership with his extensive
background in NAND technology and design, Advanced Non-volatile memories and
DRAM storage technologies and his extensive experience and expertise in
Multi-level Flash memory management systems will further leverage the value of
the SKHMS team, especially at this time of significant market growth in the
areas of Flash memory based storage solutions. It is my pleasure to welcome
Dr. Quader as part of SK family.”

“I’m very excited to join and lead the SKHMS (formerly Link-A-Media) team at a
time when the flash memory industry is poised for phenomenal growth in SSD and
mobile markets,” said Dr. Quader. “The integration of the controller solution
know-how of SKHMS combined with the Advanced Non-volatile memories and DRAM
technologies and the manufacturing capabilities of SK hynix is producing
leading-edge products across multiple market segments. Full vertical
integration of controller hardware, advanced flash memory systems
architecture, firmware, NAND, other forms of non-volatile memory, and DRAM
coupled with high volume memory manufacturing capability is quite rare in the
industry and allows our customers to have a one-stop storage solution provider
with the capacity, support and expertise the industry demands. The combined
focus of SK hynix and SKHMS provides excellent opportunity to become a market
leader in Enterprise, Client and Mobile storage.”

Dr. Quader has 29 years’ experience in the semiconductor industry. Prior to
joining SKHMS, Dr. Quader worked for SanDisk Corporation for almost eighteen
years. He served as the Senior Vice President of Memory Technology, Design and
Product Development and an officer of the company at the time he left SanDisk.
He has also worked for both IBM and Intel Corporation designing and developing
DRAM, Static RAM and non-volatile memory. Dr. Quader has been instrumental in
the development and productization of multi-level flash memories (3 and
4bits/cell NAND), led multiple generations of NAND flash memory scaling and
led efforts to develop NAND replacement technologies. Dr. Quader has played a
key and vital role in leading SanDisk/Toshiba joint development, which is one
of the most successful joint developments in the semiconductor industry. Dr.
Quader received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering and in Physics from MIT,
Cambridge, MA, his M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Tech, Atlanta,
GA, and his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA in
the area of device physics and its interaction with circuits.

About SKHMS

SK hynix memory solutions (SKHMS) provides industry-leading controller
hardware, advanced flash management systems, and firmware for NAND and post
2D-NAND based storage solutions spanning Enterprise, Client and Mobile market
segments. Headquarters for the company is located in Silicon Valley at 3103 N
1^st St, San Jose, CA.

About SK hynix

SK hynix Inc., Korea, is the world’s top tier semiconductor supplier offering
Dynamic Random Access Memory chips (DRAM), Flash memory chips (NAND Flash) and
CMOS Image Sensor (CIS) for a wide range of distinguished customers globally.
The Company’s shares are traded on the Korea Exchange, and the Global
Depository shares are listed on the Luxemburg Stock Exchange. Further
information about SK hynix is available at www.skhynix.com.

Contact:

SK Hynix memory solutions
Wayne Puglisi, 408-514-3500
Sr. Director Sales & Business Development
Wayne.puglisi@skhms.com
 
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