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GSA appoints European execs for leadership assembly

Posted: 10 Dec 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:semiconductor industry? European executives? GSA council?

The newly revamped and renamed Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA) has designated several executive s across Europe's semiconductor industry to its EMEA Leadership Council.

The expanded leadership council for Europe Middle East and Africa reflects the significant and growing role players in the region are playing within global industry.

David Milne, founder and executive director of Wolfson Microelectronics, will act as chairman of the GSA EMEA Leadership Council. Other members are Guillaume d'Eyssautier, president and CEO, picoChip Designs Ltd; Jalal Bagherli, CEO, Dialog Semiconductor; David Baillie, CEO, CamSemi; Danny Hacohen, senior VP business operations, DSP Group; Chris Ladas, VP, manufacturing, CSR; Svenn-Tore Larsen, CEO, Nordic Semiconductor ASA; Eric Mayer, VP, production partner management, Infineon Technologies AG and John Schmitz, VP and manager process technology lab, NXP Semiconductors.

The group will provide regional and global feedback to the organization's Board of Directors by articulating regional challenges and identifying additional tools, resources and activities needed.

"The expansion of the EMEA Leadership Council demonstrates GSA's continued commitment to global semiconductor companies," said Jodi Shelton, GSA co-founder and executive director. "Regions face issues that are both similar to and unique from the semiconductor industry as a whole, and by working with GSA, Council members provide valuable insight and direction to help steer the GSA Board on matters related to EMEA."

- John Walko
EE Times Europe




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