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Analog Devices India MD

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Hyderabad, Sept. 21

Analog Devices Inc announced that it has promoted Dr Reddy Penumalli to the new position of Managing Director, Analog Devices India. Dr Reddy will be responsible for strategic planning, operations, administration and management of all ADI facilities in India. This appointment is a step forward in the company's efforts to integrate its two India centres located at Bangalore and Hyderabad.

Mr Jerry McGuire, General Manager, Convergent Processing Systems Group said, "In his new role, Dr Reddy will be instrumental in structuring ADI's business in the country."

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