Barix Appoints Campanale as Engineering Manager


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Zurich, Switzerland - Nov 4, 2009 - Barix has hired Fabrizio Campanale as engineering manager. Campanale will work at the company's headquarters in Zurich, leading and managing the development team and its operations to ensure proper and efficient planning and execution of all engineering projects.

Campanale joins Barix with more than 11 years of advanced product development, including nine years with Philips, NXP and ST-NXP Wireless where he most recently served as program manager in the Audio and Video Peripherals Business Unit Management Team. While at NXP, Campanale designed, developed and managed multimedia and connectivity products for the wireless industry.

In his new role, Campanale will merge his electronic engineer roots with his project management competence to lead a multicultural engineering team and improve development performances that positively impact the Barix business operation. He will also serve an instrumental role in managing the technology roadmap for the company moving forward.




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