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Altinex Appoints CTO

Altinex, a manufacturer of modular AV signal management solutions, announced Tamer ElSawah as its new chief technology officer. In this executive-level position, ElSawah will oversee technical develo 12/02/2008 8:43 PM Eastern

Altinex Appoints CTO

Altinex, a manufacturer of modular AV signal management solutions, announced Tamer ElSawah as its new chief technology officer. In this executive-level position, ElSawah will oversee technical developments relating to the improvements, design, testing, and manufacturing of Altinex products and services.

Altinex, a manufacturer of modular AV signal management solutions, announced Tamer ElSawah as its new chief technology officer. In this executive-level position, ElSawah will oversee technical developments relating to the improvements, design, testing, and manufacturing of Altinex products and services. His responsibilities include overseeing the company's engineering and R&D divisions, along with all aspects of technical support to customers, sales, marketing, and production.

Before joining Altinex, ElSawah was the senior electrical engineer, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, for San Diego-based Cardinal Health, a manufacturer and distributor of medical and surgical supplies and technologies. ElSawah also previously worked at On Command Corp. of San Jose, Calif., as director of hardware engineering, and at Cadence Design Systems as a design engineer.

"I'm delighted to be joining the Altinex team," said ElSawah in a statement. "Today's audiovisual systems offer tremendous potential for business, education, themed entertainment, and a wide variety of additional disciplines. The opportunities are limitless and I look forward to expanding the company's involvement in this exciting field."

"With a background that perfectly complements the engineering efforts of Altinex, Tamer brings a wealth of experience and enthusiasm that, I'm confident, will be contagious," said Jack Gershfeld, president and CEO of Altinex.



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