He has been replaced by Clive Vacher.
Dr Taylor’s career represents the history of UK power electronics. It goes back to 1976 when he joined AEI Semiconductor, a business unit of GEC based in Lincoln, which ultimately became Dynex Semiconductor.
Dr. Paul Taylor, writes:
“I have been 40 years with Dynex and its antecedents, thoroughly enjoyed all my time as CEO. I am excited that Clive Vacher has agreed to replace me. I have no doubt he will be very successful. He has an excellent background that’s relevant to Dynex’s needs.”
Dr. Taylor is not severing all ties with the Lincoln-based power semiconductor manufacturer and he will take up a new position as Chief Advisor to Zhuzhou CRRC Times Electric Co, Dynex’s parent company.
Dynex Semiconductor is exhibiting at the PCIM exhibition in Nuremberg this week.