TEK MICROSYSTEMS, INC. ANNOUNCES THE APPOINTMENT OF CHRIS CASEY AS VICE PRESIDENT OF ENGINEERING AND OPERATIONS
Chelmsford, MA - MAY 13, 2011 TEK Microsystems, Incorporated, the leading supplier of VME and VXS-based signal acquisition, generation and FPGA-based processing products, today announced that Chris Casey has joined the Company as vice president of engineering and operations. Mr. Casey reports directly to president/CTO Andrew Reddig. He will lead the Company's engineering efforts, (including new product development), operations, (including production and purchasing), and quality assurance.
“Chris will focus on enhancing Tekmicro’s record of outstanding customer service and technological leadership, rapidly developing new products to meet customer needs, and supporting significant growth.” said TEK Microsystems president/CTO, Andrew Reddig. “The experience Chris brings from iRobot, in both market sector technology leadership and explosive company growth fully supports Tekmicro in our accelerated growth plans.”
Mr. Casey comes to Tekmicro after 13 years of engineering leadership roles at iRobot, during which time the company grew from 25 employees to over 600. He holds an SBEE from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Mr. Casey currently resides in Lexington, Massachusetts.
About TEK Microsystems, Inc.
Founded in 1981 and headquartered in Chelmsford, Massachusetts, TEK Microsystems, Inc., offers a wide range of high-performance building blocks for embedded real-time signal acquisition, generation, processing and recording. The QuiXilica family of ADC and DAC board level products support coherent multi-channel applications at up to 5 GSPS with the densest FPGA processing available today in VME / VXS form factors. Tekmicro’s Serial FPDP I/O modules stream data at up to 2.5 GB/s between sensors and processors, supporting Intel and PowerPC architectures in SBCs and workstations. Both commercial and rugged products are available for a wide range of defense and intelligence applications such as C4ISR, signals intelligence, electronic warfare and radar.