As an international business manager, Henry has been responsible for turning around seven separate business entities. His international experience includes strategic alliances in Japan, Germany, Denmark, France, Korea, and Taiwan. While the Digital Signal Processing Business Manager at Analog Devices, he conceived and executed a highly targeted strategy to service emerging applications in the Mixed Signal Processing market. Under his stewardship, the Analog Devices Digital Signal Processing business rose to become the number two player in the market from a position as an "also ran." His business skills have helped numerous companies build stronger positions. IBM Microelectronics is among these. As an advisor to the Mwave group within IBM Microelectronics, Henry has been instrumental in moving the company into the forefront of Multimedia technology suppliers.
Henry has the distinction of receiving: Electronics Magazine's Technologist of the Year award for his pioneering work in microprocessor development tools, Electronic Products Product of the Year award, Distinguished Lecturer awards from Texas Instruments, praise from the American Electronics Association as a seminar leader, and a special award from the school system of Brunswick Maine for his efforts in computer literacy for high school teachers. He has been quoted by such influential magazines as EE Times, Electronics, Electronic Business, Electronic News, and The Wall Street Journal. Henry's publishing credits include over 100 articles in more than 30 international journals and magazines.
Henry has the unique blend of entrepreneurial experience through startups, hands on business management, and engineering and marketing skills that allows him to see not only the tactics necessary to achieve a goal, but also the bigger picture of winning global strategies vital to the successful company.
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