Samsung names Young Hyun Jun new semiconductor chief

Samsung Electronics has named Young Hyun Jun the new head of its Device Solutions (DS) division. In his new role, Mr. Jun will be leading the company’s semiconductor business.

Mr. Jun joined Samsung in 2000. He has worked in various roles, including DRAM and Flash memory development and strategic marketing. In 2014, Mr. Jun became the head of Samsung’s memory business, and in 2017, he was appointed as the CEO of Samsung SDI. Most recently, he led the Future Business Division.

Kyehyun Kyung, who previously led the DS Division, is taking on the role of head of the Future Business division. He will lead the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT).

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