New Appointment to Advisory Board - Mr. Dias
||Upcom Technologies Inc. announced today their addition of Mr. Renato Dias as a Senior Member to the company’s Advisory Board.
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||Feb 14, 2007
|News Story :
||San Jose, February 14th 2007
Upcom Technologies Inc., a San Jose, CA based developer and manufacturer of ground-based equipment for satellite telecommunications, announced today their addition of Mr. Renato Dias as a Senior Member to the company’s Advisory Board.
Mr. Dias is an experienced engineer and executive in the satellite and terrestrial telecommunications industries.
His educational background includes Electrical Engineering by the Aeronautical Technological Institute - ITA in Brazil, graduate courses in space systems engineering at INPE, the Brazilian Space Reseach Center, as well as a Master’s Degree in International Affairs & Space Policy at the George Washington University in Washington DC.
Mr. Dias holds joint appointment as Vice President of Business Development at Disitron Industries Inc, a Miami based corporation dedicated to provide satellite telecommunications equipment in international markets.
Before joining Disitron, Mr. Dias had an extensive and diversified career, as engineer and executive, with over 30 years experience in the telecommunications arena, covering radio navigations aids, avionics, radar systems, missile electronics, terrestrial microwave systems, cellular systems and satellite telecommunications. For the last 10 years, Mr. Dias held technical management and business executive positions at a major VSAT systems manufacturer in California
Upcom Technologies welcomes Mr. Dias to its Advisory Board. His diversified of experience with the engineering as well as the business aspects of the satellite telecommunications markets , will be a substantial contribution to Upcom’s success
“I am very excited to join Upcom Technologies’ Advisory Board” said Mr. Dias. “I believe that Upcom has a unique “one-stop-shop” approach offering integrated cost-effective solutions to broadcasters, satellite telecom operators and satellite end-users.”