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29 October 2019

EPC expands technical leadership team with senior FAE manager for Europe

To support its accelerating design activity and to provide local technical support to its widening customer base in Europe, Efficient Power Conversion Corp (EPC) of El Segundo, CA, USA – which makes enhancement-mode gallium nitride on silicon (eGaN) power field-effect transistors (FETs) for power management applications – says that Marco Palma has joined its technical leadership team as senior FAE (field application engineer) manager for Europe, assisting customers in the adoption of eGaN FETs and integrated circuits for applications including DC-DC, LiDAR, and motor control.

Based in Turin, Italy, Palma has over 20 years of field experience in the semiconductor industry, working with customers to define innovative solutions to meet the unique challenges of each customer design. His primary responsibilities at EPC involve direct collaboration with customers throughout Europe to create and implement technical solutions to meet their design challenges.

“Marco Palma is an electronics engineer with extensive experience in assisting customers to implement leading-edge power semiconductor solutions in industrial and automation markets,” comments Nick Cataldo, senior VP of global sales and marketing.

Palma joins EPC from Infineon, where he was director, Technical Marketing and Applications. He has held senior technical leadership positions with a strong focus on customer support and product definition.

“I look forward to working with customers to incorporate EPC’s leading-edge gallium nitride FETs and integrated circuits into their products,” Palma says.

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