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Freescale Semiconductor appoints Sanjeev Keskar as Country Sales Manager for India

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Freescale Semiconductor appoints Sanjeev Keskar as Country Sales Manager for India

Freescale Semiconductor, a global leader in automotive, network and wireless semiconductor markets, has appointed Sanjeev Keskar as Country Sales Manager for India.

Prior to this, Keskar headed sales operations for AMD and was credited with expanding that company’s operations to cover 17 major Indian cities through effective distribution and direct OEM sales coverage.

“Keskar is widely respected and well-known in India’s semiconductor industry as being a results-driven leader. His skills in building up the businesses in his previous employers are exactly what we need at this time as we begin aggressively targeting the India market. Keskar will be responsible for driving Freescale’s business in the India market through highly-targeted and strategic outreach to our key customers in the automotive and growing network and wireless sectors,” said Guruswamy Ganesh, Country General Manager of Freescale Semiconductor, India.

Keskar holds a Bachelor's degree in Engineering and Masters in Management Sciences from Pune University in India.


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