BC Power Systems Press Release - May 10, 2010
BC Systems Appoints Joseph Seminoro Manager of Business Development
NY – May 10, 2010 – BC Systems, a leading manufacturer of RF and microwave power amplifiers, power supplies, and
other power products for aerospace and defense applications, today announced the appointment of Joseph Seminoro as
manager of business development. In his new position, Mr. Seminoro will be responsible for expanding the company’s
sales within the aerospace and defense industry throughout North America.
Joseph Seminoro has more than 22
years of experience in the RF and microwave industry. He comes to BC Systems from Microphase Corporation where he
was manager of business development. He was previously a regional sales manager at RLC Electronics, national sales
manager at Polyflon Company, and earlier held management and engineering positions in the electronic industry.
Mr. Seminoro earned his BSEE degree from Bridgeport Engineering Institute, and his MBA degree from the University
of New Haven, both in Connecticut.
About BC Systems
Founded in 1985, BC Systems, Inc., designs and manufactures
high-performance switching and linear power supplies, power control products, and solid-state RF power amplifiers
using state-of-the-art device technologies including gallium nitride (GaN) RF power transistors. The
veteran-owned, ISO 9001:2008-certified company is headquartered in a modern 22,000 sq. ft. facility in Setauket,
N.Y. Typical applications for the company’s products include radar, electronic warfare, electronic
countermeasures, and satellite and terrestrial communications systems. BC Systems customers include BAE Systems,
EADS, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, Telephonics, United Technologies, and the U.S. government.
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