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Global Semiconductor Alliance appoints new Directors

30 March 2011 | By Mark Osborne | Going Places

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New semiconductor directors elected to the Board of Directors of the Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA), include Sagar Pushpala, senior vice president, worldwide operations and technology, Intersil Corporation and Dr. Ted Tewksbury, president and chief executive officer, Integrated Device Technology. Colin Harris, chief operating officer of PMC-Sierra, Inc. and Vincent Tong, senior vice president, worldwide quality and new product introductions, Xilinx, Inc

For new foundry representation, Dr. David N.K. Wang, president and chief executive officer of SMIC, was elected for a director seat. Rick Cassidy, president of TSMC North America and Dr. Douglas Grose, chief executive officer of GLOBALFOUNDRIES, were re-elected.  

Kenneth Joyce, president and chief executive officer, Amkor Technology and Dr. Tien Wu, chief operating officer at ASE Group, return to represent test/packaging and back-end suppliers.  

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