Costa Mesa, CA - Nov 17, 2008 - After moving into its new expanded office/warehouse facility, Lynx Studio Technology has added personnel to the company's sales, engineering and support departments. The new hires are Stephen Kimura, hardware engineer; Mike Nicoletti, sales and support coordinator; and Frank Sutton, electronic testing technician.
Mike Nicoletti has held a variety of support and training positions at Yamaha, Alesis and Apogee prior to joining Lynx. Nicoletti is also an accomplished musician and recording engineer.
Stephen Kimura, a 2008 UCLA graduate, is now full-time after a stint as an intern at Lynx early in 2008. His bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering allows him to assist Bob Bauman, the company's chief hardware engineer, in the development of new products and the refinement of current Lynx products. Kimura also interned at Shure Brothers in Chicago and Niche Labs in Japan during his junior and senior years at UCLA. He received the Lear Siegler Foundation Scholarship and was inducted into the Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society.
Frank Sutton comes from First EIE where he was responsible for North America service, support and installation of their PC-based plotters for the PCB industry products. As every Lynx product receives a full function and specification test prior to shipment, he is responsible for this testing, QC and assisting engineering in product development.