Lattice Semiconductor appoints new COO

Lattice Semiconductor Corporation, a manufacturer of programmable logic devices, has appointed Glen Hawk as COO.

This is a new position for the Company. Mr. Hawk previously served as the Company’s Corporate vice president, Chief Marketing Officer.

In his new role as COO, Mr. Hawk will be responsible for all aspects of the Company’s operations, sales and marketing functions. He will report directly to the Company’s President and CEO, Mr. Darin G. Billerbeck. Darin G. Billerbeck, President and CEO, said, “We are pleased that Glen has agreed to take on the expanded role of COO. His extensive semiconductor industry experience, market insight and drive make him ideal for this position. Glen’s direct role in helping companies to create value through growth and market differentiation will continue to benefit Lattice as we move forward.”

Glen Hawk, COO, said, “I joined Lattice Semiconductor earlier this year because I was excited about the Company’s long-term prospects. I look forward to partnering with Darin and the leadership team to accelerate growth by delivering compelling FPGA, ASSP and millimeter wave solutions to our customers.”

Glen Hawk joined Lattice Semiconductor in May 2015 as Corporate vice president, Chief Marketing Officer after serving as vice president and General Manager of the NAND Solutions Group at Micron Technology. During his time at Micron, Mr. Hawk directed the activities of 1,200 employees. Before Micron, Mr. Hawk was vice president, General Manager of the Embedded Business Group at Numonyx and was at Intel for 22 years in both engineering and business functions, including General Manager of Intel’s Flash Products Group. Mr. Hawk started his career at Monolithic Memories developing Programmable Array Logic technologies.


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