Hari Subramanian to head global manufacturing in US semiconductor company

Our Bureau Chennai | Updated on November 12, 2019 Published on March 22, 2013

 eSilicon Corporation, one of the US’ larger independent semiconductor design and manufacturing services companies, has appointed an Indian to head its global manufacturing operations.

As the Vice-President in-charge of the function, Hariharan Subramanian, will report to the CEO, Jack Harding.

Hari has over 30 years of experience in operations management and strategic planning at various organisations in Singapore, Canada and the US. In his most recent role, he was Vice-President, global manufacturing operations and quality at Gennum Corporation, says a press release from eSilicon. Prior to Gennum, he held various senior manufacturing management roles at ST Microelectronics and R&D roles at Indian Telephone Industries Ltd.

Hariharan has a Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Communications from the University of Kerala, and a Master of Business from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia.

 eSilicon designs chips for ‘independent device manufacturers’ (IDMs), fabless semiconductor companies (FSCs) and wafer foundries. It serves a variety of markets including the communications, computer, consumer and industrial segments, the release says. 

Published on March 22, 2013
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