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Cypress‚??s EVP of Memory division resigns to take up CEO role at MEMC

06 February 2009 | By Síle Mc Mahon | Going Places

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A. ChatillaFollowing a 15-year tenure with the company, Ahmad Chatila, EVP of the Memory and Imaging Division (MID) of Cypress Semiconductor Corp., has announced his resignation from the role. He is leaving the company to take up a role as CEO of MEMC Electronic Materials, Inc. Replacing him in the EVP role is Dana Nazarian, currently vice president of the synchronous SRAM business unit of MID.

An employee of Cypress for the past 21 years, Mr. Nazarian joined the company in 1988 following completion of his B.S.E.E. at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He was instrumental in the development of the company’s SRAM business and has worked in various technical and business roles at Cypress. 

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