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MACOM’s Technology Advantage Enables Mainstream 5G Cost Structures, Energy Efficiency, Range, and Form Factors


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7/31/18 11:00 am to 7/31/18 12:00 pm EST

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Technical Education Webinar Series

Title: MACOM’s Technology Advantage Enables Mainstream 5G Cost Structures, Energy Efficiency, Range, and Form Factors

Date: July 31, 2018

Time: 8am PT / 11am ET

Sponsored by: MACOM

Presented by: Michael Ziehl, VP and GM for RF Power and Basestations, MACOM


Deploying 5G networks requires breakthroughs in energy efficiency, superior quality of service and increased subscriber coverage. To meet these stringent requirements, while delivering a reliable solution at commercially viable cost structures, demands true innovation. To date, discussions around 5G have been abundant, but limited information is available on the technology advancements required to make it a mainstay. Learn more today about how MACOM’s unique technology portfolio and deep application know-how can enable breakthroughs in network capacity, latency, coverage, and quality of service.

Presenter Bio:

Mike Ziehl is the VP and GM for RF Power and Basestations business unit at MACOM and has been with MACOM for nearly 5 years. Mike has over 20 years in the global semiconductor industry with various roles in building global communications, RF and GaN product and technology portfolios.

Prior to MACOM, he served as the business creation team manager for RF power Multi-Market products at NXP Semiconductors, Netherlands. While at NXP his team was responsible for NXP’s initial GaN product portfolio, garnering several design wins.

Prior to NXP, Mike served in a variety of marketing and management roles in public companies such as Hittite Microwave, GlobespanVirata, Analog Devices, and Rockwell Semiconductor Systems. He also served as VP of Marketing and Business Development at Kenet, a start-up high performance, low-power analog-to-digital converter company, which was acquired by Intersil in late 2008.

Mr. Ziehl holds a BSEE degree from Fairfield University and an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

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