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Spark Microsystems appoints Spade as chief revenue officer

Wednesday 12 May 2021 | 11:21 CET | News
Canada-based fabless semiconductor company Spark Microsystems appointed Tom Spade as chief revenue officer (CRO) to help drive its growth in the UWB market. Spade will oversee global sales and applications, including a focus on distribution and vertical markets as Spark Microsystems continues to strengthen its team for the next phase of growth. 

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