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SanDisk headquarters move to Dublin in Ireland

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-04-26 00:03:00
SanDisk headquarters move to Dublin in Ireland : SanDisk Corporation announced the relocation of its Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) headquarters from Haarlem in The Netherlands to Dublin, Ireland. The move, which was announced today at a SanDisk press conference in Dublin, is effective immediately. In conjunction with SanDisk's relocation to Dublin, Ed Moro, SanDisk's former managing director of EMEA, was promoted to vice president, managing director of EMEA. Moro, prior to his current role, previously headed SanDisk sales in North and South America. He has been with SanDisk for nine years. Moro will manage all day-to-day EMEA operations and will report to Greg Rhine, senior vice president, SanDisk worldwide sales.


Kodak Graphics Group appoints Jeffrey Hayzlett

Mark Peters : 2006-04-25 08:32:00
Kodak Graphic Communications appoints Jeffrey Hayzlett : Eastman Kodak Company has named Jeffrey Hayzlett chief marketing officer and vice president for its Graphic Communications Group (GCG). Hayzlett has nearly 25 years of international marketing, sales and customer relations management experience in the graphic communications industry. At Kodak, Jeffrey Hayzlett will lead all marketing activities for GCG, including product positioning, segment marketing, branding, marketing communications and customer development. Additionally, Hayzlett will actively lead business research, marketing strategy and business development activity for GCG. He will report to Jim Langley, president, GCG, and senior vice president, Eastman Kodak Company.


HP hires Walt Disney chief for Image & Print Group

Mark Peters : 2006-04-25 08:30:00
HP hires Walt Disney chief for Image & Print Group : HP today announced that it has appointed John M. Renfro, the head of human resources at The Walt Disney Company, to lead human resources for the Imaging and Printing Group (IPG) of Hewlett Packet. John Renfro will serve as vice president and report to Marcela Perez de Alonso, executive vice president of human resources for HP, and to Vyomesh Joshi, executive vice president of Imaging and Printing Group. John Renfro will be responsible for improving organizational effectiveness, developing high-performance teams and delivering world-class Human Resource programs for Imaging and Printing Group, which reported revenue of $25 billion in FY2005.


Kodak Board appoints Hirschland Vice President

Mark Peters : 2006-04-20 08:17:00
Kodak Board appoints Hirschland Vice President : Eastman Kodak announced today that its Board of Directors has elected Richard S. Hirschland a Vice President of the company, effective immediately. Richard Hirschland, 44, is General Manager, Worldwide Dental Business and a Kodak vice president. This business includes the dental x-ray films and digital x-ray systems, practice management systems, as well as dental anesthetics, digital photographic cameras, and printing solutions for dental applications. Richard Hirschland joined Kodak in 1983 in the Industrial Engineering Department within Kodak's Equipment Manufacturing Division.


Jon Coleman general manager at Targus USA

Mark Peters : 2006-04-19 00:00:01
Jon Coleman general manager at Targus USA : Targus maker of the world's best-selling notebook cases and accessories, today announced that Jon Coleman joins Targus as the general manager of the Americas, the most senior operational team leader for the region. Coleman brings 16 years of sales, marketing and brand management experience to Targus, where he will report to Roger Murphy, CEO of Targus. In his new role, Coleman oversees Targus' 200 employees located in the US, Canada and Latin America, with responsibility for managing all operational functions, including sales, marketing, finance, operations and administration. Coleman earned his bachelor's degree in international relations in 1987 and a master's degree in 1992.


NAND flash memory production at Yokkaichi

Ralf Jurrien : 2006-04-17 22:37:00
NAND flash memory production at Yokkaichi : Toshiba Corporation and SanDisk today announced that they have agreed to build a new 300-millimeter (mm) wafer fabrication facility at Toshiba’s Yokkaichi Operations to meet fast growing demand for NAND flash memory. The announcement underlines NAND flash memory’s position as the storage technology of choice for mobile products and digital consumer devices, including MP3 music players and memory cards for mobile phones, and Toshiba and SanDisk’s determination to retain a leading position in this fast expanding market. The companies plan to start construction of the new facility in August 2006, with initial production operations scheduled to begin in the fourth quarter of calendar year 2007.


Lexar files complaint against Toshiba

Ralf Jurrien : 2006-04-17 22:36:00
Lexar files complaint against Toshiba : Lexar Media, a world leader in digital media technologies, today filed a formal complaint with the International Trade Commission against Toshiba, Toshiba America Electronic Components, seeking to halt the infringement of Lexar's intellectual property rights. In this complaint, Lexar asserts that Toshiba's chips and flash cards, including among others, Toshiba's 16-gigabit multi-level cell NAND flash chips, Toshiba's 8-gigabit single level cell and multi-level cell NAND flash chips, Toshiba's 4-gigabit multi-level cell NAND flash chips and Toshiba's 1-gigabit single level cell NAND flash chips, infringe Lexar's United States Patent Nos. 6,801,979; 6,397,314; and 6,978,342.


Adobe strategic alliance with Verizon Wireless

Jennifer Pricet : 2006-04-16 22:15:00
Adobe strategic alliance with Verizon : Adobe announced a strategic alliance with Verizon Wireless to start a mobile ecosystem built around Flash technology that will allow developers to create new interactive mobile content experiences for Verizon Wireless customers. Verizon Wireless is expected to become the first wireless operator in North America to introduce Flash enabled handsets that use the technology to deliver a customized user experience. Developers will be able to create and offer new rich content, applications and data services based on Flash and targeted at these handsets. Simple to use mobile experience will accelerate customer adoption of new data services." said John Stratton, vice president , Verizon Wireless.






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