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RF transceiver company Lime Microsystems appoints CFO and product marketing director

Wed, 08/10/2011 - 12:21am
ECN Europe

Multi-band multi-standard RF transceiver company Lime Microsystems has announced two senior level appointments. Nick Stables becomes Lime’s chief financial officer, while Dale Wilson joins Lime in the role of product marketing director.

Nick Stables is based in Lime’s UK headquarters, and was formerly CFO of Phyworks, which was acquired by Maxim. He brings considerable experience from both large corporations and VC backed technology businesses, having also held senior financial management rolls with Lucent and Agere Systems; including CFO of Agere Mobile Terminals Division and financial director of Lucent Microelectronics Group EMEA.

Dale Wilson joins Lime from Analog Devices, where he was responsible for the marketing of its complete RF component portfolio, including those used in femtocell and small cell base stations. Prior to this Dale held marketing positions at RF Micro Devices, GEC Plessey Semiconductors and Marconi. Based in the US, Dale’s appointment further strengthens Lime’s North American support.

Ebrahim Bushehri, CEO at Lime said, “The launch of LTE and new 3G services around the world, which each seem to utilise different spectrums and standards, has led to a period of significant growth for Lime. The appointments further strengthen the company.

“Dale is amongst the most experienced marketing professionals in the RF electronics sector and Nick’s reputation is second to none. I have every faith that, with both of them on board, Lime’s accelerating growth will continue.

Following increased demand Lime has also announced a new online store and customer portal where customers can purchase small quantities (up to 250 units) of its products and download software, datasheets and other documentation.

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