San Diego chipmaker PSemi Corp. and its parent company, Murata Manufacturing Co. Ltd., have named a new CEO for PSemi.

Sumit Tomar will take the job on July 1, the companies announced on Feb. 20. Tomar is currently vice president of product marketing.

He will take the place of Jim Cable, who will continue as chairman and chief technology officer of PSemi, as well as global semiconductor R&D director for Murata.

Cable has served as CEO since 2002. Stefan Wolff took over as CEO in March 2017, but he left the job at the end of September 2018 to return to Germany. At that time Cable took on the CEO’s job temporarily.