Power Electronics

TI Selects Leader for Analog and Logic Unit

Texas Instruments (TI) said that C.S. Lee, Senior Vice President and head of TI’s high-volume analog and logic operation, will take medical leave immediately due to a heart condition. As his successor, TI promoted Dave Heacock to Senior Vice President and leader of this unit, which develops analog and mixed-signal chips for high-volume applications. The unit also produces standard logic devices.

“Dave is an experienced leader of a high-profile operation. His guidance helped TI to become the number one supplier of power management products in 2006. He understands that growing a business means first delivering products that customers need, when they need them,” said Gregg Lowe, manager of TI’s analog operation.

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