Egan brings over 20 years of experience in high-technology senior management, marketing, and sales at both large and small firms. Prior to joining Inapac, he served as CEO of Aeluros, a start-up company focused on high-speed, mixed signal PHYs for the communications market. Previously, Egan was GM of Conexant’s Silicon Valley design center, formed after Conexant acquired HotRail Inc. At HotRail, a venture-backed start-up developing multi-gigabit transceivers and switch fabrics, Egan led the sales and marketing efforts. Earlier, he spent 10 years at LSI Logic in a variety of senior roles, including managing LSI’s entry into the SAN space through targeted investments in the nascent Fibre Channel market. Egan also held management positions at Headland Technology, Video Seven, and Nixdorf Computer.
(November 10, 2004) Dallas, Texas—Remaining true to its position in the semiconductor industry, Texas Instruments (TI) announces that it has made significant progress in aligning its products with the European Union’s (EU) Restriction on Use of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) legislation in electrical and electronic equipment.