Product category: Programmable Logic Devices
News Release from: Actel Europe
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 5 September 2006
Hosseinalikhani expands Nordic support
Actel Europe has appointed Rouzbeh Hosseinalikhani as Field Applications Engineer for the Nordic and Baltic countries.
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Actel Europe has appointed Rouzbeh Hosseinalikhani as Field Applications Engineer (FAE) for the Nordic and Baltic countries. He will support customers designing consumer, automotive, industrial, medical, high-reliability and telecommunications products using Actel's nonvolatile field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). He will be based in Sweden and report to Goran Rosen, Actel's Nordic Sales Manager.
Says Rosen, commenting on the appointment: 'The Nordics continue to play a key role in the development of Actel's global customer base'.
'In fact, we have recently seen a tremendous increase in the number of opportunities we are working on in this region'.
'Therefore, the additional hands-on local support that an experienced FAE like Rouzbeh can offer will be a significant boost to Nordic customers designing next-generation electronics products using Actel FPGAs'.
Hosseinalikhani has more than seven years experience in the electronics industry within the Nordic region.
He has had a career, ranging from working in small startups to global players such as Ericsson and Cadence Design Systems.
Previous responsibilities include ASIC design, design verification, technical sales and support.
In his most recent post, Hosseinalikhani worked for Cadence as an FAE for the Nordic region.
He holds a BS in electronic engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. Request free introductory details about products from Actel Europe....
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