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|NXP Semiconductors names Marc Cetto Executive Vice President and General Manager of Mobile and Personal Business|
NXP Semiconductors today announces two changes to its Executive Management Team. Marc Cetto will take on the position of EVP and General Manager of Business Unit Mobile and Personal. In this role, he will be responsible for driving the development, strategy and management of NXP’s vibrant portfolio of mobile and personal entertainment solutions. Marc Cetto will report to the CEO, Frans van Houten.
Marc Cetto brings almost two decades of semiconductor management experience to this strategic position. He joins NXP from Texas Instruments where he was General Manager, Mobile Connectivity Solutions in the Wireless Terminals Business Unit, driving TI’s non-cellular wireless products.
“I am absolutely thrilled that Marc Cetto has decided to come and work for NXP. Marc’s leadership experience, business and technology proficiency and operational skills make him uniquely suited to lead our Mobile and Personal (M&P) business and drive continued leadership in 2007 and beyond, as NXP is striving for leadership positions delivering vibrant technology to the market, Frans van Houten said.”
“I am honored and excited to assume this new leadership position,” said Marc Cetto. “NXP is a cool company with lots of potential to grow. I am particularly attracted to NXP’s unique positioning of Vibrant Media Technologies. There is a significant opportunity to drive the next wave of mobile and personal business, especially after the recent acquisition of Silicon Laboratories’ wireless business unit. I look forward to helping NXP capitalize on these opportunities and drive increased value for its customers.”
Marc Cetto graduated in 1986 with an MS from the Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Arts et Metiers (ENSAM) in Paris and received an MBA from HEC in Paris.
Marc Cetto will succeed GertJan Kaat who will support Marc Cetto in taking over the business.
As the second change in the Executive Management Team, Giel Rutten will leave NXP at his own request to pursue other interests outside the company. NXP respects Giel's decision for a career change and would like to thank him for his contribution to the company.
Marc De Jong, who currently heads up the Automotive and Identification businesses, will assume responsibility for managing the Home business ad interim.
Miércoles, 18 Abril, 2007 - 07:25