Dick Pashley

Dick Pashley's entire career was at Intel, first in Technology Development, and later as General Manager where he directed Intel’s Non-Volatile Memory business. Together with Dr. Stefan Lai, Bruce McCornick, and Niles Kynet, his team developed the world's first successful flash memory devices, which were based on NOR flash and introduced with a 256 Kbit device in April 1988. Dick grew up in a traveling military family, and he earned his BSEE at the University of Colorado. His PhD in EE is from Cal Tech, where he studied under CHM Fellow Carver Mead.


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