Bill Bock

Silicon Labs

Bill Bock serves as President of Silicon Labs. He had rejoined Silicon Labs as the Interim CFO in 2013. Bill served on the Silicon Labs Board of Directors from 2000 to 2006, before stepping down to the join the management team as CFO until 2011, when he rejoined the Board. Bill also currently serves on the Board of Directors for Entropic Communications as well as several private companies. Prior to joining the Silicon Laboratories management team in 2006, Bill was a Partner at venture capital firms CenterPoint Ventures and Verity Ventures. From 1997 to 1999, Bill served as President and CEO of DAZEL Corporation, a provider of electronic information delivery systems. After DAZEL’s acquisition by Hewlett-Packard, Bill then served as VP for HP until 2001. Bill served as EVP and COO of Tivoli Systems, a client server software company, which he helped take public in 1995 and was later acquired by IBM in 1996. Prior to joining Tivoli, Bill successfully completed an IPO at Convex Computer Corporation as CFO in 1986 and then became the SVP of Sales in 1991. Prior to Convex, Bill spent nine years in various finance roles at Texas Instruments including the VP and Controller of the Data Systems Group. Bill holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Iowa State University and a master’s degree in industrial administration from Carnegie Mellon University. 


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