At this year’s Computex, I had the opportunity to sit down with Mrs. Shalley Chen, ADATA’s President, to discuss the current trends in the memory and SSD business, as well as get an overview of ADATA’s future plans. Mrs. Chen has been with ADATA since the company was founded in 2001 and is also the wife of the founder, Simon Chen. Before stepping in as President in April this year, Mrs. Chen served as an Executive Vice President. Mrs. Chen also holds a degree in business management from the Ming Chuan University in Taiwan. Before we get into the actual interview, I want to provide a brief overview of ADATA. The company generates over $1 billion in yearly revenue, which makes ADATA one of the...
Following our interviews previously with Rod O’Shea at Intel UK, Kris Huang at ASUS and Jackson Hsu at GIGABYTE, I was offered the opportunity to spend some time with...11 by Ian Cutress on 8/15/2014
Interview with Rod O’Shea, EMEA Embedded Group Director and Site Manager for Intel UK After my i7-4750HQ / Clevo W740SU testing at Intel UK headquarters a fortnight ago, I was...5 by Ian Cutress on 8/13/2013
Interview with Jackson Hsu, Product Management Director at GIGABYTE As part of our trip to Computex this year, alongside a good look around the GIGABYTE Taipei 101 VIP Suite and the...20 by Ian Cutress on 8/9/2013