Extreme Networks announced that Bob Corey has resigned as CFO and EVP of the Company to pursue other endeavors. The company has retained Jim Judson for the position of Interim CFO. Additionally, Extreme Networks is continuing with its national executive search for the permanent CFO role. Judson spent the first five years of his career with Xerox, and later, 19 years with Sun Microsystems, where he served as Vice President of Finance for Worldwide Operations.
Ingram Micro announced that John Soumbasakis, an 8-year veteran of the company, has been named SVP and president, Ingram Micro Latin America. Soumbasakis replaces Eduardo Araujo, who resigned to take an executive role with another company. He is currently SVP, specialty solutions for Ingram Micro North Americas. He previously held management consulting positions at Accenture and The BCG for eight years. He will be based in the Ingram Micro Latin America regional headquarters in Miami, Fla.
MIPS Technologies announced that semiconductor industry veteran Dave Singhal has joined MIPS as VP of corporate development and strategy. He joins MIPS from Cisco, where in his role as director in the corporate development and strategy organization, he drove vision, incubation and investment in cloud visual processing, 3D, streaming inference, mobile, and other advanced areas.
Fujitsu Frontech North America a leading provider of IT-based business solutions, including advanced technologies, retail solutions, biometric security, and digital media solutions, announced Adrian Thomas as SVP of the Retail Solutions Group. Thomas will report directly to Yoshi Masuda, CEO and president of Fujitsu Frontech North America (FFNA). Prior to joining the company, he served as president and CEO for ICS providing mobile application software, hardware and integration services to a variety of industries. Thomas's retail solution experience includes seven years (from 1998 to 2005) at Peak Tech where he served as president and CEO for global operations, as well as COO for Europe.
eMagin announced the appointment of Jerome T. Carollo as SVP, Bus. Dev. Mr. Carollo, 59, joins eMagin from Intevac Vision Systems where he held the position of VP/GM as well as VP of Strategic Planning and Business Development. He was responsible for developing the domestic and international business strategy for the Company's digital night vision systems, sensors, and helmet mounted and eyeware displays. From 2006 to 2007, he was the President and CEO of Creative Display Systems, a company he co-founded to provide innovative microdisplay and optical systems for both commercial and military markets, which he then sold to Intevac.