TE Connectivity, a $13 billion global technology leader, has added a design center in Medical Alley.
A team of engineers for engineers, the US Design Center partners with medical device companies to design new products. Capabilities include access and delivery devices for minimally invasive surgery and a center of excellence in structural heart and electrophysiology applications.
Scott Larson, a 24-year industry vet, leads the center. Most recently, he was Vice President of R&D for Olympus’s US surgical business and also has experience at Boston Scientific.
Growing customer demand for design expertise led TE to build a global network of design centers in the Creganna Medical business. The Design Center complements existing centers in Galway, Ireland, and San Jose, California.
“Medical Alley is recognized as a vibrant hub for medical device development,” said Larson, leader of the US Design Center. “Creganna Medical has a long-established manufacturing footprint here. Co-locating the Design Center with existing manufacturing capability provides a full spectrum from development to volume manufacturing.”
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