Semiconductor industry veteran to lead company’s wireless power commercialization efforts
NuCurrent, an industry leader in wireless power systems and technology development, announces the appointment of Tim Tumilty as vice president of sales and marketing. With over 25 years of experience driving growth in the semiconductor and electronics industries, Tumilty will lead NuCurrent’s commercialization efforts.
“We are excited to have Tim join our growing team. He brings a unique skillset to the company, having successfully led commercialization and R&D initiatives at large semiconductor companies and successful venture-backed companies alike,” said Jacob Babcock, CEO, NuCurrent. “Tim’s leadership abilities and track record of success will be instrumental in growing the NuCurrent brand within the wireless power industry.”
Prior to joining NuCurrent, Tumilty served as senior director of Networking Software and Services at NXP, leading software commercialization, professional services and NXP’s Segment Solutions Lab. His team created near-market-ready devices for proof of concept and proof of performance and delivered key technologies and sub-systems enabling customer success in Networking, IOT, Industrial and Security market segments. Prior to NXP, he served as senior director of R&D at Freescale Semiconductor (acquired by NXP) leading a 500+ person global organization responsible for commercial and enablement software along with reference hardware design and manufacturing, serving customers in the mobile device, automotive and industrial markets. In the embedded market, he was also VP of sales for SDS, makers of SingleStep, the industry’s first graphical debugger, which was later purchased by Wind River Systems.
“The demand for NuCurrent’s core technology and system design capabilities is unlike anything I’ve seen before,” said Tumilty. “I’m excited to help connect customers to the right wireless power solutions and be a part of NuCurrent’s next phase of expansive growth.”
Tumilty’s hiring follows numerous NuCurrent appointments of experienced alumni of Motorola, Blackberry, Intel, Analog Devices, Molex, AAC Technologies and Freescale Semiconductor, including Director of Product Engineering Glenn Riese, VP of Engineering Jim Crnkovic , Sales Director Rob Diebold, and VP of Operations Jim Ticknor.