As Director of TI India’s
Corporate Business, Sham drives India business strategy
to accelerate the semiconductor ecosystem. His role also
involves partner alliances, key business relationships,
public affairs and policies. In addition to this, Sham is
involved growing TI’s university initiatives.
Prior to this role, Sham headed TI’s
Systems and Embedded Software Development Operations in
India. This included software products for TI’s DSP
Systems, Advanced Embedded Control, Wireless and DLP businesses.
In 1996, Sham led the team that developed the first commercial
Digital Signal Processor (DSP) to be designed entirely in
India. Under his leadership, over five hundred advanced
DSP labs and numerous industry/university joint projects
are operational throughout India as part of TI’s worldwide
University Program. Before coming to India, Sham headed
TI’s IC Design Operations in the UK and TI’s
Worldwide EDA operations for Signal Processing Products
in the USA, respectively.
Sham has over 27 years of product development
and business experience with TI in the semiconductor and
software industry worldwide. Sham holds a BSc. (Honours)
degree in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from the
University Of Newcastle_Upon_Tyne (UK).