Tundra Semiconductor Appoints Director to Board

Tundra Semiconductor Corporation (TSX:TUN), the world leader in System Interconnect, today announced the appointment of Terry Nickerson to the Board of Directors, effective immediately.

Mr. Nickerson’s career has included 18 years with IBM Canada, culminating as General Manager of the Don Mills IBM Plant, 6 years at Northern Telecom in various Senior Financial Roles, and most recently as Chief Financial Officer of ATI Technologies. Mr. Nickerson previously held four director positions at; Telular Canada, Intepac Corporation, Adam Technologies and Americlean Systems.

“We are delighted to welcome Mr. Nickerson. His notable career, financial and business background and skills will be a valuable addition to the Board,” said Adam Chowaniec, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Tundra Semiconductor.

Mr. Chowaniec also announced today that Jim Roche has resigned from the Board of Directors, effective immediately. Mr. Roche previously held the position of President and CEO of Tundra and was a Director of the Company.

About Tundra
Tundra Semiconductor Corporation (TSX:TUN) is the global leader in System Interconnect providing world-class support and leading edge semiconductor solutions to the world’s foremost communications, networking, storage system, and information technology vendors. Consistently delivering on system level performance promises that reduce time to market, Tundra System Interconnect ensures market advantage in wireless infrastructure, storage networking, network access, military, industrial automation, and information technology applications. Silicon Logic Engineering, Inc. (SLE), Tundra’s semiconductor design services division, offers industry-leading ASIC design services, semiconductor intellectual property and product development consulting.

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