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Giga-tronics Announces Addition of Two New Regional Sales Managers

May 27, 2011
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Giga-tronics announced the addition of two new Regional Sales Managers covering the USA, Asia and EMEA. Henry Hu will focus on the Western US and Asia, and Nick Weidick will focus on the Eastern US and EMEA. Giga-tronics’ international business continues to be a major contributor to the company’s overall growth.

“With the addition of Henry and Nick, Giga-tronics significantly strengthens its business of delivering high performance instrumentation, switching and components to its customers worldwide,” said Malcolm Levy, VP of Sales & Marketing.

John Regazzi, CEO at Giga-tronics, said “Over the last several years, we have significantly increased business in Asia with contract manufacturers and in Europe with defense customers. We believe that having a greater international presence ensures that our customers are better served as well as expanding our business there.”

Henry Hu has more than 10 years of experience in the industry with a strong background in RF and microwave engineering. His career started in engineering and marketing at Kulicke and Soffa, a semiconductor equipment company, and most recently, Hu was the Asia Sales Manager for Aeroflex/Metelics.

Nick Weidick has more than 20 years of experience in the industry with a strong background in RF and microwave test and measurement. His career started in wired and wireless communications working for such companies as Anritsu, Tektronix and AT&T. Most recently, Nick was a business development manager for MI Technology.


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