Before joining NXP Semiconductors in 2009, Ruediger Stroh led LSI’s Storage Peripherals business, overseeing silicon solutions for hard disk and solid state drives. He assumed his position as Executive Vice President at LSI as part of the merger with Agere Systems, where he headed Agere’s Storage Division.
Prior to Agere, he served as CEO for a number of start-up companies including those that focused on Storage Area Networks and Wireless LAN as well as nano-materials.
Ruediger Stroh began his career at Siemens AG where he held multiple management positions before joining Infineon Technologies and participating in the company’s IPO as Senior Vice President and General Manager of the company’s Network and Computer Storage, Data Communication and Consumer business. Ruediger Stroh holds the title Diplom-Wirtschaftsingenieur– Diploma in Industrial Engineering and Management of the University of Applied Sciences of the Saarland, Germany.