Entropic Add Bob Bailey and Ted Tewksbury To Board of Directors
Entropic communications, a major player within the connected home sector, today announced the appointment of Mr. Robert Bailey and Dr. Theodore Tewksbury as members on it's board of directors. Mr. Bailey is to leave PMC-Sierra where he is the chairman of the board and Dr. Tewksbury is leaving Integrated Device Technology (IDT) where he is the president and chief executive officer. Both men are added to strengthen Entropic’s position as a major player in the connected home entertainment market.
Both men have been distinguish within the semiconductor sector Mr. Bailey holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Bridgeport and an MBA from the University of Dallas, and has been the recipient of the "CEO of the Year Award" from Electronic Business in 2000 and was ranked as one of the "Top Ten CEOs of 2000" by Investor's Business Daily.
Dr. Tewksbury holds a BS, MS and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and has authored and co-authored many publications, holds several patents, and led the development of many industry firsts and award-winning technologies.
"We are very pleased to welcome Ted and Bob as the newest members of Entropic's Board of Directors," said Umesh Padval, chairman of the board, Entropic. "Each is a seasoned executive in the semiconductor industry, offering expertise in mixed signal and analog application-specific standard products; making each a significant asset to our Board. In addition, their CEO and board experience as well as their strong operations and engineering backgrounds complement the expertise of our current board members."