Cortus SAS Announces Mr. Gordon Yang Guo-dong appointed Vice President of Business Development

Cortus SAS France announces that it has appointed  Mr. Yang Guo-dong, Gordon as its  Vice President of Business Development as of 1st November 2018. Mr. Yang is currently the CEO of Cortus China. As CEO of Cortus China and VP of Business development for Cortus SAS, Mr. Yang will be responsible for the implementation of the business strategy that he was instrumental in defining with Cortus SAS executives over the last few months.

Mr. Yang studied Business Management at Tamkang University, Taiwan. He started his professional career in 1987 in the area of IBM PC computer clones, where he held various positions in marketing and sales at various operating companies in the Taiwan and abroad. In early 1994, he joined Beijing ZhonghengXingye, a conglomerate in Beijing as General Director, which has over RMB 40 billion sales turnover annually. In early 2014, Mr. Yang was the team leader who helped Beijing Teamsun Technology Co., Ltd. (the China partner who turned IBM Server Business into a local Chinese company) to organize the technical team locally in China.

Mr. Michael Chapman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Cortus SAS France said “We are very pleased to be able to appoint Gordon Yang as Vice President of Business Development at Cortus SAS. Gordon Yang has experience in the field of business development, marketing, sales, retail and omni-channel e-commerce. His experience combined with his personal integrity and leadership style make him very suitable to define and implement the business development strategy of Cortus SAS, particularly with respect to its development in China.

About Cortus S.A.S.:

Cortus is a leading semiconductor and embedded systems solutions company, headquartered in Mauguio (Montpellier area, South of France).

Cortus provides a large range of embedded systems solutions including HW, SW, processors (including RISC-V ISA processors), digital, and analog IPs, prototyping and verification solutions in different areas such as SIM cards, bank cards, A, automotive sensors, image processing, industrial controllers, M2M controllers, secure microcontrollers, sensors, smart meters, wireless, touch screen controllers and IoT devices. Cortus cores are inside the products made by over 50 companies and billions of devices have been manufactured containing Cortus processors and IPs.

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