Qualcomm, Inc.Jim Doh has been appointed Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales, and President, Qualcomm CDMA Technologies (QCT) Asia. Doh joined Qualcomm in 1997 and has held numerous leadership positions throughout his tenure at the company.

Harris Corp.Pending the appointment of a successor by the company's board of directors, Howard L. Lance will remain in his current roles as Chairman, President, and CEO. Lance announced his intent to retire at the end of the next fiscal year (in June 2012), or until such time as a suitable replacement can be identified.

U-BloxRoland Jud has been appointed Chief Financial Officer. He most recently served as CFO of Nexgen.

Broadcom Corp.Elected Dr. Henry Samueli and Dr. Maria Klawe to its board of directors. Samueli, who co-founded Broadcom in 1991, currently serves as the company's Chief Technical Officer. Klawe is President of Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, CA.

Analog Devices, Inc.Appointed three of its Senior EngineersSusan Feindt, John Geen, and Peter Hurrellto the role of Analog Devices Fellow. In their new role, Feindt, Geen, and Hurrell will serve as company ambassadors.

Iridium CommunicationsCEO Matt Desch has been appointed by President Barack Obama to serve on the National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee (NSTAC). The committee, which is composed of telecommunications and technology industry CEOs, advises and provides recommendations to the President and other government leaders on matters of security relating to the nation's telecommunications systems.

M/A-ComJack Kennedy has been promoted to Vice President of Sales. Kennedy most recently served as M/A-COM's Director of Global Distribution. His previous roles at the company include Strategic Account Lead, Global Account Director, Sales Manager, and Field Sales Engineer.

Giga-TronicsHas announced the appointment of two new Regional Sales Managers. Henry Hu will focus on the Western US and Asia. Nick Weidick will cover the Eastern US, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

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