NEW YORK — (BUSINESS WIRE) — November 18, 2010 — ABI Research announces the appointment of Peter Cooney as Principal Analyst, Semiconductors. Based in London, Cooney joins the firm’s Semiconductors research practice, where he works to expand ABI Research’s semiconductor study portfolio. He covers various semiconductor markets such as microprocessors, MEMS, audio ICs and power management ICs, focused on supporting ABI Research’s core groups.
Prior to joining ABI Research, Pete was Semiconductor Research Group Director at IMS Research. Working his way up from analyst to group director, Pete was involved in research for a number of semiconductor markets including analog and mixed signal ICs, audio ICs, microprocessors and optoelectronics. Earlier he held engineering positions in the semiconductor and aerospace sectors.
He has been quoted and published in a variety of industry media, including Electronics Weekly, Electronics Talk, Nikkei Electronics Asia, EE Times, and more.
Cooney holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Materials Science and Engineering from The University of Sheffield in the UK.
ABI Research Chief Research Officer Stuart Carlaw says, “Pete brings considerable knowledge of the semiconductors area to the table. He will be integral to our continued deep coverage of various IC markets.”
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