Weebit-Nano appoints Tower founder to the board

February 19, 2018 // By Peter Clarke
Israel-based ReRAM developer Weebit Nano Ltd. (Hod Hasharon, Israel) has appointed Yoav Nissan-Cohen to its board as an executive director and will engage him to consult with the company.

Nissan-Cohen is a veteran semiconductor executive who helped form foundry Tower Semiconductor Ltd. and later helped create flash memory developer Saifun Semiconductor Ltd.

Weebit Nano CEO, Coby Hanoch, commented: "Yoav’s experience and knowledge in the memory market are a key addition to Weebit Nano, and he will bring expert counsel to the company on both technical and operational matters."

Nicohy Ltd., a company wholly owned by Nissan-Cohen, has been appointed as a consultant advising the board and management team of Weebit Nano Ltd,

Nissan-Cohen started his career as a research scientist in General Electric's R&D center in Schenectady, New York, where he studied the use of silicon dioxide in semiconductor memory devices. He then led the spin-out of National Semiconductor’s Israel wafer fab to form foundry Tower Semiconductor, where he was CEO for nine years.

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