The Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA) Board of Directors welcomes Jinman Han from Samsung Electronics and Device Solutions Americas.

The GSA Board represents some of the most influential companies in the industry that are responsible for assisting the organization and steering its vision of providing a comprehensive global perspective and commitment to foster collaboration, innovation, and integration for the industry and across the value chain.

“It’s a tremendous honor to welcome Jinman as Samsung’s representative to the GSA Board of Directors,” said Jodi Shelton. Samsung is an incredibly important semiconductor company and partner for the global semiconductor industry and the GSA and I know our leadership we will benefit greatly from Jinman’s insight and drive.

 Jinman is responsible for Samsung’s U.S. semiconductor business, which includes Memory, Foundry, System LSI, and LED.

Jinman is a respected leader who has held many leadership positions at Samsung throughout his career, most recently as head of the Memory Global Sales & Marketing team. He joined Samsung in 1989 and has worked in various departments, including DRAM design, Flash design, Flash solution product planning, Memory product planning and application engineering, and SSD development.

His expertise and insight in the industry have contributed significantly to the company’s presence within the memory market and have helped maintain Samsung’s market leadership for decades.

“GSA is a critical ecosystem to create best practices for industry growth. I am honored to join GSA’s board of directors and bring Samsung Electronics’ rich history and leadership in memory and logic technologies and world-class device solutions to GSA and collaborate with other global semiconductor leaders,” said Jinman Han, President of Device Solutions Americas and Executive Vice President of Samsung Electronics.

In addition to the new board members, GSA welcomed nearly 40 new members in 2022, bringing the total number of member companies to nearly 300. GSA member companies represent more than 75 percent of the $580+ billion traditional semiconductor industry.