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Gregg Lowe
Senior Vice President TI
High-Performance Analog (HPA)
As senior vice president of Texas Instruments, Gregg Lowe is responsible for TI’s complete analog business unit, including High-Performance Analog (HPA) and High-Volume Analog and Logic (HVAL), and manages a group of several thousand employees –primarily engineers.

During his 22-year career with the company, Mr. Lowe has managed and worked in business units across the breadth of TI’s semiconductor operations. A 1984 graduate of Rose Hulman Institute of Technology (BSEE), Gregg began his career at TI in the Detroit, Michigan-based Field Sales organization, where he was responsible for growing TI’s business with automobile manufacturers. Gregg moved to Freising, Germany in 1989 and led the European Automotive Sales team managing teams and customers in France, Germany, Italy, England and Spain.


He moved to Houston in 1994 to take over P&L for the Microcontroller organization, then to Dallas in 1998 as leader of the ASIC organization, overseeing a worldwide team with design centers and customers on each continent. In April 2001, he moved to the High Performance Analog division to manage the High Speed Communication & Controls group, then, in November 2001, took over the business units in High Performance Analog. In April 2006, he was named to his current as manager of TI’s total analog business unit.

A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Gregg also graduated from the Stanford Executive Program at Stanford University and is fluent in German. He and his wife, Diana, have two children.




August 6 - 9 , 2006, The San Juan Marriott Hotel. San Juan, Puerto Rico