Agile Analog appoint former GUC Europe President as VP of Sales
Agile Analog has announced the appointment of Christelle Faucon, former President of GUC Europe, as its new VP of Sales.
Christelle brings over 25 years of experience in the global semiconductor ecosystem. With a Master's Degree in Electronics Engineering, her career began as a Design Engineer and progressed through senior roles in account management, commercial leadership, and a decade each at TSMC and as President of GUC Europe.
This appointment marks a significant moment for Agile Analog, following its collaborations with the Intel Foundry Services Accelerator IP Alliance Program and the TSMC OIP IP Alliance Program. These partnerships have broadened access to Agile Analog’s unique portfolio of customizable and process-agnostic analog IP products, which include data converters, power management, IC monitoring, security, and always-on IP solutions. These products can be seamlessly integrated into any System on Chip (SoC), reducing both time and costs.
Barry Paterson, CEO of Agile Analog, commented on the appointment: “It’s an extremely exciting time for our business. I am delighted that Christelle has decided to join us on our journey to revolutionise the world of analog IP. She will play a crucial role in elevating our sales and accelerating the growth of our customer base globally.”
Christelle, originally from France and now residing in the Netherlands, has consistently championed innovative technologies throughout her career. She is also committed to empowering women in the semiconductor industry and participates in the GSA Women's Leadership Initiative.
Expressing her excitement, Christelle Faucon said: “I am thrilled to join Agile Analog at such a pivotal moment for the company. Agile Analog’s disruptive technology and expanding product portfolio have the potential to reshape the analog IP sector and expedite semiconductor designs. I look forward to collaborating with the team to drive the adoption of these unique analog IP solutions.”
Barry Paterson added: “There is increasing demand for our highly configurable, high-quality, and high-performance analog IP products, particularly our data conversion and power management solutions, crucial for AI, HPC, and IoT applications. It’s fantastic that Christelle is eager to get started. 2024 is set to be another busy year for us!”