Delphi Automotive appoints Glen De Vos as CTO
Mr. De Vos was most recently vice president, Software & Services, Delphi Electronics & Safety (E&S), located at the company's Silicon Valley Lab in Mountain View, California.
Mr. De Vos began his Delphi career with E&S in 1992 and following several progressive engineering and managerial roles in infotainment and user experience, was named vice president, Global Engineering for Delphi E&S in 2012.
Mr. De Vos received a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Calvin College in 1982, a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Michigan in 1983, and a Master of Business Administration from Ball State University in 1994.
Eran Sandhaus will join Delphi as vice president, Software & Services, Delphi E&S, replacing Mr. De Vos.
Most recently vice president & general manager for the Wireless business unit at Cypress Semiconductors, Inc., Mr. Sandhaus brings 20 years of experience in engineering, marketing, and business leadership.
With a focus on mobile and the Internet of Things (IoT), Mr. Sandhaus led strategic acquisitions and the expansion of Cypress into the wearables, smart home, industrial and medical markets.
Before his role at Cypress, he was senior director at Qualcomm responsible for the IoT Smart Home P&L and strategy.
He also spent time at Texas Instruments (TI) in Shanghai, China as general manager of Wireless Connectivity and before that ran TI's Emerging Connectivity Solution business unit in Dallas, Texas.
Mr. Sandhaus started his career in Israel at Marvell Semiconductors as staff engineer and design team leader.
Mr. Sandhaus holds a Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (Cum Laude) from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology. ■
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