Micron appoints Mark Montierth as head of Mobile Business unit

Micron Technology announced the appointment of Mark Montierth as head of its Mobile Business Unit in place of Raj Talluri, who is leaving Micron to pursue a new opportunity.
MicronMark Montierth, corporate vice president and general manager, will be responsible for leading Micron’s mobile business, including building mobile solutions to address the market opportunity for memory and storage driven by the demand for data-intensive mobile experiences.

Mark Montierth will report to Sumit Sadana, Micron’s executive vice president and chief business officer. Micron’s Mobile Business Unit has worldwide revenue of more than $5 billion.

Prior to this appointment, Mark Montierth was vice president and general manager of high-bandwidth and graphics memory product lines in Micron’s Compute and Networking Business Unit. Under his leadership, Micron launched its first high-bandwidth memory product into high volume production and ramped the industry’s fastest graphics memory.

Mark Montierth joined Micron in March 2021 after serving as vice president and general manager at Marvell and NXP Semiconductor. His track record includes driving strong business results and product leadership across wireless connectivity, custom silicon, mobile application processor and mobile power management businesses.

Mark Montierth, an inventor on more than 50 U.S.-issued patents, earned a master’s degree in electrical engineering and computer architecture from Stanford University and a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University.

Mark Montierth succeeds Raj Talluri, whose five-year Micron tenure led to significant growth and established the company as a leader in mobile memory and storage solutions.

Prior to Micron, Raj Talluri was Senior Vice President responsible for Qualcomm’s IoT business unit, where he drove the division from incubation stage to over $1 billion in product revenue. During his Qualcomm tenure, he also led product management for the company’s flagship Snapdragon applications processor business including ownership of product roadmaps targeting smartphones, tablets and automotive.

Raj Talluri began his career at Texas Instruments as a member of the technical staff and successively led product groups and business units over a 16-year tenure culminating with becoming general manager of the OMAP wireless terminals business unit, an over $750 million revenue business with over 800 employees throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.

Raj Talluri is joning Enovix, the leader in the design and manufacture of 3D Silicon Lithium-ion batteries, as President and Chief Executive Officer.