NanoXplore announces their new Head of R&D Suzie Marin

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NanoXplore keeps pushing forward in the FPGA market and is today very proud to announce the nomination of Suzie Marin as their new Head of R&D, starting from the 26th of February 2024. With a proven track record of driving growth and innovation in the semiconductor industry, Ms. Marin is the ideal choice to help steer NanoXplore towards new heights.

While welcoming Ms. Marin to NanoXplore, Alp Kilic, CTO, said: “We are jubilant to have her on board. She is a perfect match for our ambitions in research and development. Together, we’ll reach the next level in our innovation capabilities.”

Speaking on her appointment, Ms. Marin said: “I am thrilled to be part of the NanoXplore leadership team as Head of R&D, and contribute to the company’s technology roadmap and evolution towards world class European SoC and standard FPGA”

After 10 years at Qualcomm in both leadership and technical positions, as well as a strong presence in the electronics market in highly profile companies such as STMicroelectronics, ST-Ericsson and Arteris, she’s the perfect fit for NanoXplore.

Just last year, NanoXplore released a brand new FPGA, the ULTRA300, and finalized a partnership with Thales Alenia Space. As NanoXplore is gaining  traction in the industry, Ms. Marin will be able to bring her skills and knowledge onboard to accelerate the process. She will spearhead the development of highly performant new products at the company, as well as give a new impulse to the improvements of NanoXplore’s development tools.

About NanoXplore :

NanoXplore is a privately owned fabless semiconductor company, created in 2010. It is a French company, with international reach, with more than 100 R&D engineers in France working on developing radiation-hardened FPGAs qualified for Hi-Rel applications. With its sovereign supply chain, it has established itself as a clear leader in the Space and Defense market, and works on offering additional solutions to support constellations, defense and avionics applications.