NI appoints David Loadman to strengthen mobile device testing business

By Telecom Lead Team: National Instruments (NI) announced
promotions to further strengthen leadership in R&D, application and
embedded software and mobile device testing.

David Loadman is promoted to vice president of mobile device test,
responsible for long-term strategies and product roadmaps for the mobile device
test market.

Loadman is
responsible for developing long-term strategies and plans that include
accelerated growth targets and collaboration with R&D to develop product
roadmaps targeting mobile device test.

Loadman continues to target strategic accounts and industry influencers while
developing key partners to fulfill system support demands. In his role, he
works closely with application leaders and NI R&D to address NI product and
services portfolio needs.

joining the company in 2008, Loadman has served as director of RF Product
Marketing and director of Wireless R&D. Prior to his tenure at NI, Loadman
served as communications development director at Dell and chief technology
officer at Telxon Corporation. His experience at both of these companies has
contributed to his comprehensive understanding of the industry.

David Fuller
is promoted to vice president of Application and Embedded Software, responsible
for delivering NI’s vision of graphical system design through NI LabVIEW

Duncan Hudson is promoted to business and technology fellow, and will guide the
direction of product initiatives, architecture and technology as they relate to
long-term trends.

NI continues to invest in its people, further reinforcing leadership in key business
investment areas.

“As our
business serves increasingly complex applications that address the world’s
toughest engineering challenges, we need to have leadership sharply focused on
key areas to deliver high-quality products and support while planning long-term
opportunities for our customers,” said Dr. James Truchard, NI president,
CEO and co-founder.

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