Fairchild Semiconductor International, Inc.

Fairchild Semiconductor International, Inc.

Sector: Semiconductors And Related Devices Region: ME, United States

: | New York Stock Exchange: FCS

Fairchild Semiconductor is a leading global provider of semiconductor technologies that address some of today’s most important technology challenges – from making the products we use more energy efficient to enabling many of the features in our mobile devices.
Fairchild builds on a rich history of semiconductor innovation – leveraging advances in packaging, proprietary technologies and experience in semiconductor design and manufacturing – to deliver power and mobile semiconductor solutions for a broad range of applications. Our high performance semiconductors are used in power supplies, portable devices, lighting, motors, computing, consumer electronics and automobiles.

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Mark S. Thompson, Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Thompson joined Fairchild Semiconductor in November 2004 as Executive Vice President, Manufacturing and Technology group. He became President and Chief Executive Officer in May 2005 and was elected Chairman of the Board in May 2008. He has over 23 years of high technology experience. Prior to joining the company, Mr. Thompson had been Chief Executive Officer of Big Bear Networks since August 2001. He was previously Vice President and General Manager of Tyco Electronics, Power Components Division and, prior to its acquisition by Tyco, was Vice President of Raychem Corporation’s Electronics OEM division. Mr. Thompson is a director of American Science and Engineering, Inc. and Cooper Industries, Ltd.
Vijay Ullal, President and Chief Operating Officer
Mr. Ullal joined Fairchild Semiconductor in September 2012 and is responsible for Business Units, Sales & Marketing, Operations and Technology Development activities. Prior to Fairchild, Mr. Ullal was at Maxim Integrated Products, Inc., where he was Group President, Consumer & Automotive Solutions Group from 2007 to April 2012 where he was responsible for the definition, development, and marketing of products and solutions addressing the consumer and automotive end markets. Mr. Ullal played a key role in setting Maxim's, strategies and changing business processes. He established close relationships with top consumer companies, accelerated the development of new product lines, and championed the use of innovative design tools, process and packaging technologies, and test methodologies. Mr. Ullal also initiated significant changes to the supply chain that established a culture of excellent customer service and satisfaction. These changes resulted in strong growth for the consumer product portfolio and revenue for the company. Prior to his business role, he oversaw the development of more than 80% of the Company's process technologies, and orchestrated the purchase and ramp-up of five wafer fabs. He holds several patents in mixed-signal process technology. His contributions have resulted in a rich portfolio of process technologies at very competitive costs and with a high degree of operational flexibility. Prior to Maxim, Mr. Ullal was at Intel and Saratoga Semiconductor where he developed deep domain expertise in wafer fab and process technology. Mr. Ullal is a founder of the Bay Area IITM alumni association. He has been active in charitable works for women in India. He holds a BSChemE degree from the Indian Institute of Technology at Madras, and an MSChemE degree from Drexel University.
Mark S. Frey, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer
Mr. Frey joined Fairchild Semiconductor in March 2006. Prior to joining the company, Mr. Frey had been the Vice President, Finance and Corporate Controller for Lam Research Corporation since 1999. He was previously the Vice President of Finance for Raychem Corporation’s Electronics OEM division and he previously held financial positions with Activision and Memorex.
Justin Chiang, Executive Vice President and General Manager
Mr. Chiang joined Fairchild Semiconductor in May 2005 as Vice President of System Power in the Analog Products Group, and was promoted to Senior Vice President and General Manager, Power Conversion, Industrial and Automotive Products Group in December 2007 and to his current position in December 2008. He has over 16 years of experience in the electronic and semiconductor industry. Prior to joining the company, Mr. Chiang was the General Manager of Tyco Electronics, Power Components Division from 2003 to 2005. He was previously Director of Tyco Electronics, Silicon Products Group, Circuit Protection Division from 2000 to 2003 and prior to that he held a variety of technical and senior management positions with Raychem Corporation from 1994.
Paul D. Delva, Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
Mr. Delva joined Fairchild Semiconductor in 1999. He served as the company’s assistant general counsel following the company’s initial public offering in 1999. Mr. Delva was promoted to Vice President and General Counsel in April 2003 and became Corporate Secretary in May 2005. He became Senior Vice President in August 2005. He has advised Fairchild on all its acquisitions and securities offerings, as well as on general corporate matters since the company’s foundingin 1997. Prior to joining Fairchild, he was an associate in the corporate department at Dechert, Price & Rhoads (now Dechert LLP).
Kevin B. London, Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Administration
Mr. London became Vice President of Human Resources in July 2002 and was promoted to Senior Vice President in August 2005. He has over 28 years experience in the semiconductor industry. Prior to becoming Vice President, he held various Human Resource management positions in the company.

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