Solidigm appoints two co-CEOs

Solidigm has announced that its board of directors has appointed Kevin Noh and David M. Dixon as Co-Chief Executive Officers.

Solidigm believes that Kevin Noh and David M. Dixon are apt choices, basing their selection on their seasoned leadership and familiarity with Solidigm’s business and technology. Their focus will be on accelerating the application and synergy of SK Hynix and Solidigm’s integrated capabilities.

As Co-CEO and a member of Solidigm’s board, Kevin Noh will be entrusted with the responsibility of developing new business opportunities and expanding partnerships for Solidigm. Having served as the Chief Business Officer (CBO) of Solidigm since the end of last year, and concurrently as the President of SK Hynix, Noh has previously led several functional departments at SK Hynix, including sales and marketing, corporate strategy, and business development. He has also participated in SK Group’s investment in Hynix, SK Hynix’s investment in Kioxia, and SK Hynix’s acquisition of Intel’s NAND business.

David M. Dixon, also Co-CEO of Solidigm and a member of the board, has previously served as the company’s Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Data Center Business Unit, leading the data center engineering team in charge of the technology roadmap and marketing of related products.

Before joining Solidigm, David M. Dixon enjoyed a 28-year tenure at Intel, holding leadership positions across multiple engineering and business departments. During his term as Vice President at Intel, Dixon spearheaded the development of solid-state drive engineering, NAND flash, and Optane memory products. Prior to this, Dixon served as an engineer, overseeing related work in various engineering disciplines of NAND flash, NOR flash, and CPU products.