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March 15, 2007
IntelliCoat Technologies Names Lupone As President IntelliCoat Technologies has appointed JOSEPH ("JOE") LUPONE as president and CEO. Most recently, Lupone served as president of Reflexite Display Optics, a division of Reflexite Co., a maker of ...

IntelliCoat Technologies Names Lupone As President
IntelliCoat Technologies has appointed JOSEPH ("JOE") LUPONE as president and CEO. Most recently, Lupone served as president of Reflexite Display Optics, a division of Reflexite Co., a maker of optical films for the LCD flat-panel-display industry.

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Zebra Technologies Corp.—JULIANN LARIMER to vice president for North America channel sales and marketing; formerly director of marketing operations for the Americas. Also, MIKE LOWEY to vice president for national accounts; formerly director of strategic accounts.

ZK Celltest, Inc.—JOHN SLEET to vice president of business development; formerly director of professional services at Marconi Wireless. Also, BRUCE MORLEY to vice president of manufacturing and operations; formerly director of manufacturing at WJ Communications. In addition, MALCOLM LEVY to vice president of international sales; formerly vice president of sales for Comarco Wireless Test Solutions.

Vantrix Corp.—MANISH JHA to CEO; formerly senior vice president and general manager of ESPN Mobile.

IPC—DON SCHROEDER to chairman of IPC's Executive Market and Technology Forum Steering Committee; continues as president of CTS Electronics Manufacturing Solutions. Also, MARIA LABRIOLA to account executive; formerly trade analyst for the Italian Trade Commission in Chicago.

VeriChip Corp.—MICHAEL BARBE to vice president of sales and distribution for the VeriMed Patent Identification System; formerly director of sales for the spinal implant and image-guided surgery businesses in the international sector at Medtronic.

QUALCOMM, Inc.—CAROL C. LAM to senior vice president and legal counsel; formerly United States attorney for the Southern District of California.

Q Microwave, Inc.—DAN CZAGANY to the position of sales manager; formerly employed at REMEC Defense & Space, Inc.

Volterra Semiconductor Corp.—DR. HAMZA YILMAZ to senior vice president for product development, engineering, and manufacturing operations; formerly employed at Fairchild Semiconductor, GEM Services, PowerSemiconductor Solutions, Vishay Siliconix, and Siliconix.

iSuppli Corp.—FRANCIS SIDECO to senior analyst; formerly product marketing manager at Comarco, Inc.

picoChip—PROFESSOR WENBO WANG to picoChip's advisory board; continues as Professor and Dean of School of Telecommunication Engineering at the Beijing University of Posts & Telecommunications (BUPT).

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Nextreme Thermal Solutions—DR. SERI LEE to CTO; formerly senior thermal scientist for the Silicon and Platform Solutions Group at Intel Corp.

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RFMW Ltd.—JOHN HAMILTON to director of product marketing; formerly field sales engineer in the Silicon Valley. Also, RICH ERMOLOVICH to regional sales engineer for Southern California; formerly regional sales manager at Johanson Technology. In addition, BRUCE UTTER to regional sales engineer for Northern California; formerly vice president of sales at HTC Corp.

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