Founder PCB Fills Key Technology Role


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Founder PCB, a leading provider of advanced printed circuit technology solutions, announced the hiring of Richard Sun to lead its R&D Institute. Headquartered in its Zhuhai, China campus, the R&D Institute is the hub of Founder’s technology development and implementation resources. In his new assignment, Sun will have a prominent role in collaborating with customers on next-generation interconnect strategies, linking the technical staff at the four China factories, and developing a comprehensive, executable technology roadmap for the company.

Sun comes to Founder from an accomplished career in interconnect technology development at one of the world’s leading enterprise hardware companies. “We are excited to add an executive of Richard’s caliber to the Founder PCB management team” says David Sun, president and CEO. “Our customers are driving rapid advancements in electronic interconnect systems and Richard will ensure that Founder remains at the forefront in bringing the right solution at the right time to our customers. His in-depth understanding of leading edge system architecture and the supporting interconnect technology requirements uniquely position him to understand customer challenges and the enabling printed circuit technologies”. 

About Founder PCB

Founder PCB is a leading provider of advanced interconnect solutions to the enterprise, mobility, industrial, and communications markets.  It serves a large, global customer base from four purpose-built factories in China—three in Zhuhai and one in Chongqing—providing industry-leading capabilities supporting high-speed/hybrid constructions, signal integrity characterization, HDI/ELIC, and NPI support.  

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