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   标 题 : Wang Leaves Applied for Hua Hong Group
    Applied Materials Inc. is losing one of its oldest veterans and key player within its senior management to China's Shanghai Hua Hong (Group) Co. Ltd.

The Hua Hong Group announced late Wednesday that 25-year Applied veteran David N. K. Wang was joining the company as its CEO, as well as vice chairman, CEO and president of Shanghai Hua Hong International Inc. and chairman of Hua Hong Semiconductor Ltd.

At Applied, Wang most recently was appointed president of Applied Materials Asia last year, making him responsible for the company's business strategy, planning and execution throughout Asia, with particular focus on building infrastructure in the growing markets of China.

Since joining Applied Materials in 1980, Wang has led a number of key strategic initiatives and technology efforts, including its operations in Asia Pacific and establishing wholly owned subsidiaries in Taiwan, South Korea, Singapore and mainland China. In 2003, Wang established Applied Global Services, which has become a focal point for growth in the company.

Along the way, Wang has authored more than 100 patents and was responsible for product development, and later its chemical vapor deposition (CVD) and etch product groups. He co-developed Applied's Precision 5000 CVD, which Applied claims is the most successful process tool ever.

Wang also was a principal developer of the AME 8100 and 8300 plasma etch systems.

"This is an exciting opportunity to play a role in developing a Chinese enterprise into a new global technology company," Wang said in a statement. "Hua Hong is a leader in China's semiconductor industry and is poised to benefit as the market for semiconductors grows around the world."

The Hua Hong Group was originally incorporated in China in 1996 as Shanghai Hua Hong Microelectronics Co., Ltd., to undertake Project 909, an initiative within the Chinese governments ninth five-year plan to bring China's chip industry closer to the leading edge. After having created a foundry joint venture, Shanghai Hua Hong NEC Electronics Co. Ltd. (HHNEC) with Japan's NEC Corp. and building its own fab lines, Hua Hong Group acquired shares of Shanghai Belling Corp. Ltd. and Shanghai Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd. (ASMC) At present, Hua Hong Group owns an 8-inch, 6-inch, 5-inch and a 4-inch fab line.

HHNEC was the seventh largest pure-play foundry in 2004, with $315 million in sales, and was second only to rival and fourth-largest foundry SMIC in year over year growth, seeing sales improve 85 percent. ASMC, meanwhile, was the 10th largest pure-play foundry in 2004, with sales of $195 million.
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