Radhika Chennakeshavula

Silicon Labs has appointed Radhika Chennakeshavula as its CIO

Radhika Chennakeshavula joins Silicon Labs as CIO Radhika Chennakeshavula will become the Chief Information Officer (CIO) of Silicon Labs on April 24, 2024. Silicon Labs is a leader in safe, intelligent wireless technologies for a more linked world. In addition to managing enterprise applications, coordinating IT operations, and leading data analytics activities, Chennakeshavula will lead the company’s digital transformation ambitions in her new position.

Before coming to Silicon Labs, Chennakeshavula worked for Western Digital as the Vice President of Engineering Services and Infrastructure Operations. In her role, she skillfully guided the infrastructure team in providing excellent IT services necessary for crucial operations, such as those in manufacturing and R&D. Establishing the India Center of Excellence for significant global companies like Micron Technology is another accomplishment in her impressive career. She graduated from Manipal University and Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, with master’s degrees in computer science and business analytics, respectively. Besides her career, Chennakeshavula has a strong passion for health and wellness, having completed her training to become a certified yoga instructor.

With a statement that read, “We are delighted to have Radhika join our leadership team as CIO,” Silicon Labs President and CEO Matt Johnson emphasized his excitement about Chennakeshavula joining the group. “In my opinion, she will be critical in propelling our expansion, inventiveness, and customer-focused approach in the digital age as we speed up our company-wide digital transformation endeavor.”

“I look forward to the opportunity to join Silicon Labs as the company expands its IT strategy with cutting-edge technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning, and edge computing,” Chennakeshavula said, expressing her excitement about her new position. 

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