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Altum RF appoints Tony Fattorini as VP Engineering


Ex-Macom Fattorini specialises in new product development and technology innovation

Altum RF, a Netherlands-based supplier of high-performance millimetre-wave to digital semiconductor solutions for next generation markets and applications, announces Altum RF co-founder Tony Fattorini as its VP engineering.

Fattorini brings more than 20 years of new product development, technology innovation, and design-for-manufacture experience to Altum RF. Fattorini’s industry background includes microwave and millimeter-wave circuit design, packaging techniques, thermal analysis and the management of high-performing teams.

Most recently with Macom as engineering manager and senior principal engineer, Fattorini had the responsibilities of developing new MMIC products from concept to production release and managing a team of design engineers. Prior to that, he served as Advanced Technology Leader and Senior MMIC Designer at Mimix Broadband, which was acquired by Macom. He was also with Siemens, where he was a design engineer in the Microwave Circuits Group at Roke Manor Research.

“Tony is a real asset to our organisation, and it is a privilege to be working with him again,” stated Greg Baker, Altum RF CEO. “He has extensive experience from design to production on innovative RF to millimeter-wave products, as well as leading development teams, which makes him an ideal asset to our organisation. Tony will also manage our Sydney, Australia office and lead our team of designers to expand our portfolio of products and deliver industry-leading solutions.”

Fattorini received a BSc degree in Physics with Electronics and an MSc degree in Communication Engineering from the University of Manchester, UK. He is a senior member of the IEEE, a member of the IET, and a Chartered Engineer.

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