Tektronix Announces Marc Tremblay as President
Industry Veteran Brings More Than 20 Years of Technology Innovation Leadership to Tektronix

BEAVERTON, Ore., Jan. 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Tektronix, Inc., a leading worldwide provider of measurement solutions, has named Marc Tremblay as the new president of Tektronix. Tremblay succeeds Pat Byrne who has served as Tektronix' president since July 2014. Byrne will continue in his senior vice president role at Fortive with Tremblay reporting directly to him.

Tektronix President Marc Tremblay

"Marc has a proven track record of developing highly effective organizations leading to sustained growth," said Pat Byrne, president of Tektronix. "Marc will build on our growth and continue to advance the company's vision to break down the barriers between inspiration and realization of world-changing technologies."

Tremblay joins Tektronix from Thermo Fisher Scientific where he was president of the Chemical Analysis Division. He previously held president, senior vice president and general manager positions at technology companies including DigitalGlobe, Z Corporation and Syncline. Tremblay holds an MBA from Harvard Business School as well as M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in mechanical engineering from Stanford University, where he focused on smart product design and robotics.

About Tektronix

Headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon, Tektronix delivers innovative, precise and easy-to-operate test, measurement and monitoring solutions that solve problems, unlock insights and drive discovery. Tektronix has been at the forefront of the digital age for over 70 years. Join us on the journey of innovation at TEK.COM.

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For further information: Rhona Marr, Director, Global Corporate Communications, rhona.marr@tektronix.com, 503.627.1196

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