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Semiconductor veteran Luca De Ambroggi joins the team at iSuppli

27 October 2010 | By Emma Hughes | Going Places

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iSuppliiSuppli has hired veteran semiconductor executive Luca De Ambroggi as senior analyst. De Ambroggi will head up the iSuppli Automotive Infotainment Components and Devices Portals, conducting ongoing research and analysis into future trends of semiconductor usage in the automotive industry. De Ambroggi also will support iSuppli's growing European automotive client base.

"Luca brings a wealth of technical and supply chain knowledge to iSuppli automotive research services," said Phil Magney, vice president of iSuppli's Automotive Practice. "We are pleased to have him join our team."

De Ambroggi begun his career as a design engineer with STMicroelectronics and has since held various technical and marketing positions with Qimonda and Infineon Technologies. He holds a degree in electrical engineering from Catania University in Italy. De Ambroggi will be based in iSuppli's Munich office, which is also home to iSuppli's sensors and components group.

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