Resonant Inc., a late-stage development company creating innovative filter designs for radio frequency front-ends (RFFE) for the mobile device industry, named industry sales & marketing veteran, Barry Waxman to the newly created post of vice president of sales and marketing. Previously, Waxman was a member of Resonant’s advisory board.

Waxman has more than 25 years’ experience in sales and marketing and in developing strategic partnerships in diversified segments of the high tech industry. His expertise spans a broad range of technology sectors including semiconductors and system-level products used in wireless, including tunable filters. Previously, he served as VP of sales & marketing at Newlans, a developer of programmable duplexer and filter products for the RFFE. In addition, Waxman has served in executive and senior management roles at Western Digital, Adaptec, Mylex, PixelMagic, Microtouch Systems and various startups. He also founded business development firm TechASIA Management in 2001, to accelerate design wins by providing strong, well established OEM/ODM relationships and native language, in-country support. He earned his B.S. in electronics and electrical engineering from Paisley College of Technology, King’s College, London.

Mr. Waxman stated, “After several months of working with the Resonant team as a member of its advisory committee, the opportunity to join the company and make an even greater impact was extremely attractive. This is a market that is still seeing very strong demand, and Resonant is on the cutting edge of the market trends developing solutions to band proliferation and carrier aggregation. We are even seeing a trend toward multiplexing, which is an area in which we believe we can make a significant and compelling contribution.”

CEO and co-founder Terry Lingren, added, “Since the publishing of our Band 3 White Paper, we have seen an increased level of interest from potential customers to work with us. As we continue our outreach to new customers and make important decisions about which market opportunities to pursue and how to solidify some of these discussions into contractual projects, Barry’s familiarity with our target customers will be highly valuable.”

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