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San Jose Engineer joins DSI as west coast sales Engineer.

Deposition Sciences : 26 February, 2008  (Company News)
New hire's experience and contacts in the optical industry will enable DSI to expand its customer base for thin film optical coatings on the west coast of America.
Deposition Sciences announces the appointment of Mr Ken Kino as the new West Coast Sales Engineer. Kino is a veteran of over 20 years in the optics industry and has a BSc degree in Mechanical Engineering from San Jose State University. Most recently, he was the key account manager for the commercial laser division at JDS Uniphase Corporation.

DSI President Lee Bartolomei notes, "We are very pleased to have Ken join our team. DSI's commitment is to produce and deliver the best and most highly durable optical thin film coatings, from the ultraviolet, through the visible, near-infrared, midwave infrared, and out to the far infrared wavelengths. Ken's vast experience, professional contacts, and industry knowledge will help us better serve our existing coating customers, extend our market share, and develop new customers."

Mr Kino's sales territory will cover California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia Canada.

DSI's proprietary MicroDyn sputtering technology yields high performance, highly durable coatings. This advanced technology uniform coating is extremely stable over temperature and humidity changes, meeting the severe abrasion, adhesion, humidity, and salt fog tests of Mil-C-675 standards.

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