Numonyx

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Numonyx
Joint venture
IndustrySemiconductors
FateAcquired by Micron Technology
FoundedMarch 31, 2008 (2008-03-31)
DefunctFebruary 9, 2010 (2010-02-09)
Headquarters,
Key people
Brian Harrison, CEO
Mario Licciardello, COO
RevenueIncrease USD- million (2008)
Number of employees
6000-8000
ParentMicron Technology
Websitewww.Numonyx.com

Numonyx was a semiconductor company making flash memories, which was founded on March 31, 2008, by Intel Corporation, STMicroelectronics and Francisco Partners. It was acquired by Micron Technology on February 9, 2010.[1]

Numonyx was created from the key assets of businesses that in 2006, generated approximately $3.6 billion in combined annual revenue. The company supplies non-volatile memory for a variety of consumer and industrial devices including cellular phones, MP3 players, digital cameras, computers and other high-tech equipment.

Officers[edit]

Numonyx was managed by Brian Harrison, CEO of Numonyx and former vice president and general manager of Intel’s Flash Memory Group, Mario Licciardello, COO of Numonyx and former corporate vice president and general manager of STMicroelectronics’ Flash Memories Group. Edward Doller, former CTO of Intel's memory group, was their Chief Technology Officer.

Location[edit]

Numonyx was headquartered in Rolle, Switzerland, and had sales, manufacturing and R&D facilities around the world.

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