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Integrated Microwave Technologies LLC (IMT), a business unit within the Vitec Group’s Videocom division, and a leader in advanced digital microwave systems for MAG (military, aerospace & government) markets, is pleased to announce that Brian Rowe has been appointed business development manager for its Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) programs.
With more than 20 years of sales and business development experience in the RF industry, Rowe will be responsible for managing IMT’s relationships with its government agency clients, commercial organizations and OEMs responsible for designing, acquiring, and operating ISR systems.
Rowe assumes his new position after spending the past six years with Voltronics (a division of Dover Corp.) in Denville, New Jersey, as Business Manager. He was responsible for increasing business in the industrial, telecom, military and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) industries. Prior to his time at Voltronics, Rowe spent 10 years as an account manager at Ansoft Corp., where he was responsible for promoting the highly technical HFSS (high frequency structure simulator) software tool. While at Ansoft, Rowe held accounts with several high-profile defense contractors.
“The increased need for intelligence and surveillance support continues to drive innovations in technology. Brian’s 20 years in the RF/microwave industry, combined with his experience in selling the HFSS tools, makes him well suited for his new role at IMT, and we are excited to have him join our team,” says IMT Divisional Chief Executive Stephen Shpock. “We will count on Brian’s proven success in creating lasting customer relationships to continue to form and maintain these long-terms partnerships for IMT going forward.”
The Rutgers University graduate’s previous experience also includes positions in sales and account management with CJR Associates, Microlab/FXR and Litton-Airtron.
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