Business Development Site Lead - Senior Director Semiconductor and Space Solutions
Exploring Emerging Technologies: Radiation Hardened Technology, an Industry Perspective
Currently manages a Business Development group responsible for the profitable growth and positioning of integrated circuit, circuit card assembly, and advanced packaging value streams. Customers include Tier 1 medical, industrial, security, and aerospace companies. Anthony returns to the business development function after spending 2014 through 2018 in design development and marketing functions.
From 1999 to 2014, Anthony built and led the standard product organization specializing in the design, development, and marketing of HiRel integrated circuits for aerospace and defense applications. During this time, the standard product organization focused on leading edge computing, storage, connectivity, digital fabric, and system solutions for satellite applications. Memorable missions include: FalconSat-1, MISSE-7, GOES-R, Mars Rovers, C/NOFS, Global Lightning Mapper, GPS Treaty Sensor, Amonzas-4A, GEMS, TEMPO, Radiation Belts Probe, Bird Tracker, Kill Assessment Sensor, JDAM, C-17, C-130J, AAR-44, ALE-47, PAC-3, Cassini, Small Explorer, DMSP, MidCourse Experiment, and SpaceStation.
After high school in Denver, Colorado he received his BSEE degree from Bradley University (Peoria, Illinois) and MSEE from Rochester Institute of Technology (Rochester, NY). Anthony began his career at Eastman Kodak Company as an electrical engineer, designing and testing integrated circuits for consumer applications. Anthony left Eastman Kodak in 1988 to pursue an applications engineering career at then United Technology Microelectronics Center (UTMC). From 1988 to 1998 Anthony held positions as an applications engineers supporting and defining microprocessor, memory, serial communication, logic, and clock products and solutions.
People are an appreciating asset that a company must develop to maximize the return.