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STMicroelectronics names Lamouche as new COO

Posted: 29 Oct 2010 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:semiconductor? Didier Lamouche? COO? Dutheil?

STMicroelectronics has appointed former Groupe Bull CEO Didier Lamouche as its new COO, replacing Alain Dutheil, who is set to retire after 27 years of service to the company.

Lamouche, a member of the STMicroelectronics' supervisory board since April 2006, will join ST on November 1. He will take over the COO and Strategic Committee vice president posts from Dutheil on January 26, 2011, after a transition period.

Lamouche graduated from Ecole Centrale de Lyon and holds a PhD in semiconductor technology. After starting his career at Philips' research and development unit in 1984, he joined IBM Microelectronics, holding various positions in France and the United States. He then joined Motorola's Advanced Power IC unit in Toulouse, France., in 1995 and served as director of operations. In 1998, he was appointed as IBM's general manager for its largest European semiconductor site, in Corbeil, France, where he presided over transformation into Altis Semiconductor, an IBM-Infineon joint venture. He served as CEO of the joint venture for four years.

In 2003, Lamouche returned to IBM, where he was appointed as VP for Worldwide Semiconductor Operations, with New York as his base of operations. Lamouche then accepted an offer to serve as chairman and CEO of Groupe Bull, a global IT company, from December 2004 until mid-2010. Lamouche revamped Groupe Bull's solutions portfolio of computer hardware and software and IT and consultancy services.

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