Wohler Hires NSM, Adds Two in R&D
Hayward, CA - Feb. 17, 2009 - Wohler Technologies has appointed Jeff McNall to be the manager of national sales and market development. In his new position with Wohler, McNall will liaise with the company's engineering and sales teams and work along with customers.
Prior to joining Wohler, McNall spent 25 years in the broadcast television industry. His responsibilities included marketing activities for remote monitoring with Sony Electronics, operations at major market television stations, engineering in live sports production, and technical operations coordination for the Olympics. His most recent work was with Dolby, where he launched Dolby 3D into more than 500 movie theatres around the world. McNall graduated from San Francisco State University with a bachelor of arts degree in radio and television.
Also, two new R&D appointments have been made. Andrew Hutton has joined the company as FPGA hardware designer and will work primarily on hardware and firmware design. Heading the Technical Services Group department, Mark Handa will serve as the liaison between Wohler's engineering/manufacturing departments and customer service.
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