Celebrating New Offices in Gdańsk, Shanghai, and Taipei

Solidigm team members recently gathered in Gdańsk, Poland; Shanghai, China; and Taipei, Taiwan; to celebrate the opening of new office spaces designed to support our team-first culture of openness, agility, partnership, and excellence.


The Shanghai office offers a mix of workstations, a customer room, multi-purpose conference and training rooms, collaboration rooms, and dedicated engineering labs for SSD testing and validation. This office serves as Solidigm's Asia hub and is home to team members working in engineering, global operations, finance, sales, and marketing.

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Solidigm’s Taipei office is a mix of hybrid workstations, collaboration rooms, and social spaces, along with a dedicated lab area to help facilitate collaboration and learning. Teams at this location work in engineering, sales, marketing and global operations.

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The Gdańsk site primarily supports engineering team members who are developing advanced firmware and software to power the storage devices of tomorrow.  The office contains a mix of hybrid workstations, collaboration rooms, and break areas, including a rooftop terrace on the upper floor.

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About Solidigm

Solidigm is a leading global provider of innovative NAND flash memory solutions. Solidigm technology unlocks data’s unlimited potential for customers, enabling them to fuel human advancement. Originating from the sale of Intel’s NAND and SSD business, Solidigm became a standalone U.S. subsidiary of semiconductor leader SK hynix in December 2021. Headquartered in Rancho Cordova, California, Solidigm is powered by the inventiveness of team members in 13 locations around the world. For more information, please visit solidigm.com and follow us on Twitter and on LinkedIn. “Solidigm” is a trademark of SK hynix NAND Product Solutions Corp. (d/b/a Solidigm).

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