Boston, MA 10/25/2013 (wallstreetpr) – In order to position itself in the dynamic and completive industry in which it plays, Micron Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:MU) has been talking about evolution and on Thursday, October 24, that evolution wave brought in Brian Angell to lead its Advance Controller Development division as the vice president. Improving its enterprise, mobile and embedded advanced controller business has been a key priority for MU in its quest to entrench itself as the semiconductor industry leader. So tapping Angell who brings in nearly 30 years of experience in technology is a perfect bet in taking on the competitors and returning dollar value to investors.
The greatest impact of this evolution step is expected in software, firmware and advanced controller development. The company’s chief Mark Adams has identified these areas as key to their revamp as a tech company. By leveraging these areas, MU would have made a huge stride to more system-level solutions. Having tech professional like Angell in this key division is expected to energize even the other divisions of the company. Angell’s technology experience has been gathered from several leading tech companies which he previously worked for. He was the mobile business unit engineering vice president at NVIDIA. He has also held various senior engineering positions.
Angell will not be perplexed by his new role having worked as the director of engineering at Vivace Networks and Chief Technology Officer at Raydiant. So a person of his caliber is perfectly positioned to lead the advance controller development division at MU. To achieve his goal in this demanding environment, Angell will perhaps have to rely much in his electronic engineering technology skills obtained from Devry Institute of Technology back in 1984. MU is in the business of designing, manufacturing and marketing of a full range of technology items such as DRAM, NOR flash memory and NAND as well as a host of other innovative memory solutions. It is one of the global leading advanced semiconductor solutions.