Dec. 13, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- TSI Semiconductors, LLC, a world-class specialty foundry services company offering flexible technology development and high-quality manufacturing solutions, today announced that
has joined the company in the newly created position of executive vice president of Worldwide Foundry Sales.
Harvey brings more than 25 years of semiconductor sales, marketing and engineering work experience, having built high-performing organizations that specialize in customer engagement and growth with fabless, fab-lite and application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) companies. She served for nine years as sales director at TSMC North America. She also was a director and general manager for the Americas' Consumer Market Segment for Philips Semiconductors and before that was vice president of sales/regional sales manager with VSLI Technology, which was acquired by Philips in 1999. Earlier in her careers, she worked at AMD, where she partnered directly with OEM customers.
"We created this new role to enable TSI Semiconductors to grow, thrive and expand as a specialty foundry," said
, CEO of TSI Semiconductors. "Deborah brings a wealth of global experience and will strengthen our existing capabilities in sales and marketing management. She has a proven track record of success as a leader and team builder, and will be a tremendous asset as we develop our integrated worldwide sales team."
Harvey earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronics from
and a Master in Business Administration from Pepperdine University.
About TSI Semiconductors
TSI Semiconductors is a specialty analog and mixed-signal foundry company with ISO Automotive and Industrial Class Certifications and offers state-of-the-art contract semiconductor foundry services at its world-class manufacturing location in
, California. At our 8-inch fabrication plant in
we can manufacture in a large array of versatile processes that include analog/mixed-signal, deep-submicron, high-voltage BCDMOS, and solutions such as novel materials structures and devices.Find out where tradition and innovation meet in one place at