Marvell Technology Group Ltd. Announces the Appointment of Neil Kim as Chief Technology Officer
Santa Clara, California (April 25, 2017) – Marvell (NASDAQ: MRVL), a leader in storage, networking, and connectivity semiconductor solutions, today announced that Neil Kim has joined Marvell as its Chief Technology Officer. In this role, Mr. Kim will lead Marvell’s advanced engineering efforts, process technology roadmaps and key IP development functions worldwide.
“Neil is a proven leader in the semiconductor industry who knows how to enable the rapid development of new technologies,” said Matt Murphy, Marvell's President and Chief Executive Officer. “Neil will help us grow our storage, networking and connectivity businesses, and accelerate the R&D that has made Marvell a leader in the semiconductor industry. With his experience and drive, he’s going to be an invaluable member of my executive team.”
Prior to joining Marvell, Mr. Kim served as Broadcom’s Executive Vice President of Operations and Central Engineering. In this role, he directed the company’s process strategy and EDA flows and was responsible for leading the development of its broad technology portfolio. He was also responsible for all of the company’s engineering functions related to manufacturing, quality and global operations. Prior to joining Broadcom in 2000, Neil was Vice President of Engineering at Western Digital Corporation.
He earned his BSEE from the University of California, Berkeley.
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