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Texas Instruments names Sami Kiriaki senior vice president of Power Management division

Jun 18, 2010

DALLAS (June 18, 2010) – Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NYSE:TXN) today announced that Sami Kiriaki, general manager of the Power Management division in TI’s Analog business, has been elected a senior vice president of the company. Kiriaki will direct all strategy, product development and delivery of TI’s large and growing portfolio of power management chips used in virtually any type of electronic end-equipment or system design.

“Sami has spent almost three decades in the Analog industry and brings to this job both an engineer’s perspective for chip design, and a business leader’s insights into global markets,” said Gregg Lowe, senior vice president of TI’s Analog business. “Sami is driven by his strong commitment to customers, and leads by making their success his mission.”

Kiriaki began his career at TI in 1984 as an analog design engineer. Most recently, he served as vice president and manager of TI’s Mobile Integrated Solutions business unit in the company’s High-Volume Analog and Logic division. There he managed business strategy and operations, including product development of highly integrated analog application-specific products used in mobile handsets, netbooks and eBook readers, to name a few.

Kiriaki earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Rhode Island. He has been a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers for more than 20 years, and he has 15 U.S. patents in analog integrated circuit design.

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