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Srage has more than 15 years experience in the mobile industry, having spent more than a decade at Texas Instruments (TI) where he oversaw marketing operations for the wireless terminals business unit.
Delagi, manager of the company's wireless terminals business unit, will discuss TI's semiconductor strategy and outlook for the wireless market and how the company uses its strength in applications processors to position it for growth.
7 billion ARM processor-based chips," said Gilles Delfassy, TI's senior vice president of its Wireless Terminals Business Unit.
Speaking today at a press event at the Mobile World Congress, Delagi, who leads TI's Wireless Terminals Business Unit, said that TI's OMAP(TM) application processor technology "continues to invigorate and transform the mobile user experience to be friendlier, easier and smarter" and is driving innovations in ways consumers access, view and share content on their mobile devices.
As a result of our close partnership with Imagination Technologies on the integration and support of the PowerVR MBX, TI is delivering leading embedded graphics performance today on the OMAP2 family" said Avner Goren, Director of Marketing, Cellular Systems Solutions at Texas Instruments' Wireless Terminals Business Unit.
Templeton completed his comments by introducing Greg Delagi, TI's new senior vice president and manager of its Wireless Terminals Business Unit, who expressed his enthusiasm for the mobile phone market.
We are pleased to work with Kineto Wireless to enable UMA technology for mobile/Wi-Fi handsets," said Avner Goren, worldwide director of marketing, Cellular Systems Solutions, TI's Wireless Terminals Business Unit.
TI's M-Shield Trusted Execution Environment on the OMAP platform greatly expands the possibilities offered in the deployment of secure services to both operators and end-users," said Loic Hamon, Strategic Marketing Director of TI's Wireless Terminals Business Unit.