DALLAS (May 17, 2012) - Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI)
(NASDAQ:TXN) announced that Brian Glinsman has been elected a
vice president of the company. In his role, Glinsman is
responsible for TI's high-performance multicore processor
product lines for the fixed and mobile infrastructure market,
including base stations, media gateways and core networking
applications as well as new markets such as mission critical,
industrial automation, embedded vision, high performance
computing, medical imaging and audio and video
"Brian's appointment as vice president of the multicore
processors division is well deserved," said Brian Crutcher,
senior vice president and general manager, embedded
processing and custom, Texas Instruments. "He brings a
solid balance between driving strategic product direction
and tactical execution to customer commitments and he is a
true asset to the multicore processors division."
Previously, Brian was the general manager of TI's
communications infrastructure and voice over Internet
protocol (VoIP) business. Prior to that, he was responsible
for product management and marketing of the company's
infrastructure VoIP business, and also served as the
director of field application engineering for Telogy
Networks, which was acquired by TI in 1999.
Glinsman earned a Bachelor of Science in electrical
engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
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