San Jose, CA , May 20, 2002 - inSilicon Corporation (Nasdaq: INSN) -- a leading provider of connectivity semiconductor intellectual property (IP), today announced the appointment of Kevin M. Walsh as vice president of Marketing. Mr. Walsh joins the company as one of the executive team reporting to Barry A. Hoberman, president and CEO.
Mr. Walsh brings over 20 years experience in product line and strategic marketing management to inSilicon. Most recently vice president of Product Marketing at Sequence Design, he has also held executive marketing positions at Sapphire Design, Simplex, and Anacad/EES, and has served as marketing director at Avanti, Mentor Graphics, and Ross Systems. He has helped launch companies and products in both the engineering and financial services markets.
"Kevin's breadth of experience in high-growth technology markets, combined with his strategic vision make him an excellent addition to our executive team," said Barry Hoberman, president and CEO. "We are delighted to have Kevin play this pivotal role in shaping the company's future direction and demonstrating our market leadership."
"Reuse and verification are key to optimizing the SoC design cycle, and the methodology is quickly evolving to a design assembly and verification paradigm to meet those market demands," said Kevin Walsh. "As the leader in connectivity IP, inSilicon will impact the way that all SoCs are constructed and validated. I look forward to contributing to the market solutions that will advance the industry and inSilicon's success."
inSilicon Corporation is a leading provider of connectivity semiconductor intellectual property used by semiconductor and systems companies to design systems-on-chip that are critical components of innovative wired and wireless products. inSilicon's technology provides customers faster time-to-market, reduced risk, and lower development cost. The company's broad portfolio of analog and mixed-signal products and enabling connectivity technologies, including USB, PCI, Ethernet, IEEE-1394, JPEG, and Java™ Accelerators are used in a wide variety of markets encompassing communications, consumer, computing, multimedia, and office automation.