DALLAS (March 21, 2016) – Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NASDAQ:TXN) announced that Krunali Patel has been elected vice president of the company. As vice president and general manager of TI’s centralized analog design services division, Patel is responsible for supporting common capabilities and infrastructure across all analog product teams.
“Krunali’s passion for engineering and deliberate focus on building great solutions will have an impact for our customers and teams,” said Steve Anderson, senior vice president and general manager of Analog for TI. “With her ability to work effectively across internal boundaries, she is well equipped to drive an effective collaborative environment and champion TI’s flawless execution commitment.”
Patel joined TI in 1996 as digital design and verification engineer. She has since held a number of positions within the company, including engineering manager of analog and digital design in TI’s high volume analog and logic connectivity business, manager of TI’s application specific integrated circuit wireless infrastructure business and director of microcontroller systems and marketing. She most recently served as general manager for TI’s storage, printers and integrated power business unit in TI’s high volume analog business.
Patel earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology in India, as well as a master’s degree in electrical engineering from Michigan State University.
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