LONDON Electronic components distributor Anglia has added Maurice Banting and Gordon Bullows to augment its technical marketing team.
Banting and Bullows will respectively be providing business development effort and applications support for Anglia's semiconductor franchises, including the recent addition to its portfolio, Lattice Semiconductor.
Banting becomes Anglia's Business Development Manager for Semiconductor Products, with the benefit of over 20 yearsexperience in the semiconductor industry. He began his career as an engineer with Texas Instruments before moving into applications engineering, product management and more recently business development. He has worked for a number of semiconductor manufacturers and distributors, including MEMEC and MMD, and his wide range ofexperience includes providing technical support for programmable logic devices from both Intel and Altera.
Bullows joins Anglia as a Field Applications Engineer for FPGA and ancillary products. He has worked in the electronics industry for 19 years, having begun as an engineer at EEV Chelmsford working on the development of thermal imaging technology. He has spent most of his career in the active components sector, and for the past 9 years has worked in a variety of applications and product management roles with both distributors and semiconductor manufacturers, most recently with STMicroelectronics.
His experience includes managing a team of engineers based in Noida, India working on System-on-Chip devices, and support of a development project in China.
Lee Nye, Anglia's Marketing Director, said, “Our recent string of new semiconductor franchises has brought with it the need to recruit several more specialists into our technical marketing department, which now consists of more than 20 people.”