Santa Clara , CA – December 18 , 2000 – Xemod Incorporated , a privately-held developer and manufacturer of radio frequency ( RF ) power amplifier components for the wireless communications and networking markets , announced today that Peter L. Manno has joined the company as vice president of sales
will head up the company's worldwide sales effort as it prepares for continued expansion of its successful product line of silicon-based components for the wireless network market.Peter brings tremendous experience and expertise in wireless and power supply technologies , from both a marketing and engineering standpoint , said Joe Johnson , president and co-founder of Xemod
The company is working hard to reach new development goals and with the addition of Peter Manno
to our executive staff , we expect to reach ambitious sales goals as well..Mr. Manno
brings to Xemod
more than 30 years experience in high technology , with extensive knowledge in building and managing global multi-channel sales and marketing organizations.He was an executive vice president at Powerwave Technologies where he built the worldwide sales and marketing organizations
.He spent four years at M/A-COM , Inc. as executive vice president of sales and marketing , and was also vice president of sales and marketing for Avantek , Inc. for six years
.Prior to M/A-Com and Avantek , Mr. Manno
was at Hewlett-Packard Company
for 15 years in a variety of sales and marketing capacities.Mr. Manno holds BS and a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from Santa Clara University
Xemod ProductsXemod , Inc.
develops and manufactures radio frequency ( RF ) power amplifier components for the wireless communications and networking markets.The products are semiconductor based and incorporate a combination of proprietary and standard technologies.Xemod's objective is to provide a design system that significantly reduces the complexity and cost of manufacturing linear power amplifiers ( LPAs ).Xemod offers integrated modules that allow an RF equipment designer to easily develop a complete solution for single- or multi-carrier linear power amplifiers.