NXP's Pascal Langlois Transfers to Wireless Venture
NXP Semiconductors of Eindhoven, Netherlands, an independent semiconductor company founded by Philips, has announced that Pascal Langlois, senior vice president of global sales, will transfer to the newly created wireless joint venture, ST-NXP Wireless. Effective Sept. 1, Pascal will be named corporate vice president, sales and marketing of ST-NXP Wireless. Pascal joined NXP in 1999 following the acquisition of VLSI. In 2006, he was appointed senior vice president of global sales following a stint in channel management and global sales for the multimarket semiconductor business unit. Alexander Everke, senior vice president and general manager, multimarket semiconductors business unit, will assume responsibility for NXP's global sales on an interim basis, in addition to his regular duties.
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