Resonant, a provider of radio frequency (RF) filter solutions developed on a robust intellectual property platform, designed to connect People and Things, announced that Mike Conry has been appointed Vice President of Product Development, with the responsibility for supporting its customers’ capability to scale its XBAR technologies to commercialization and high-volume manufacturing.
Mr. Conry joins Resonant with a proven track record of developing new RFFE technologies and bringing them to market from invention to high volume manufacturing. He joined Peregrine Semiconductor, now owned by Murata Manufacturing, in 2007 and has held leadership roles in product design, product management, and product marketing focused on Tier 1 handset OEMs. Mike holds a Bachelors in Applied Physics from Caltech and a Masters in Electrical Engineering from UCSD.
George B. Holmes, Chairman and CEO of Resonant said that Mike’s experience designing and shipping multiple billions of units to Tier 1 handset manufacturers will make him a valuable addition to their team. They welcome his leadership and operational expertise, bringing a wealth of experience in developing world-class RFFE technologies. His extensive commercialization experience, coupled with his strategic business acumen, is a perfect fit to help drive the next stage of growth for their XBAR technology. Mr Conry further added that he is excited to be working on disruptive filter technology at the center of the booming RF front end market. It is a unique opportunity to join a company with a strong culture that is taking a differentiated approach in the industry. He looks forward to contributing to the Resonant team at the forefront of RF filter innovation.