Lambda names new company president

San Diego, Calif. - Lambda, an Invensys company and manufacturer of ac-dc and dc-dc power supplies, recently appointed Don Naab as president.


San Diego, Calif. - Lambda , an Invensys company and manufacturer of ac-dc and dc-dc power supplies, recently appointed Don Naab as president.

According to company officials, Mr. Naab's experience in the electronics industry will help Lambda to achieve growth targets and to renew the company's position in the power supply industry. 'We are pleased to have Don Naab join the Lambda team. His extensive leadership background matches the unique challenges facing Lambda. Additionally, his market knowledge and proven leadership capabilities are valuable assets that will greatly enhance the efficiency of our entire organization,' said Dan Squiller, president of Power Components (Power Components is the power related division of Invensys plc). 'Don plans to focus on Lambda sales growth, acceleration of new product introductions, and improved operational excellence.'

Mr. Naab has more than 20 years of experience in the high-tech industry, most recently with Centurion Wireless Technologies, a $140 million company where he served as the coo. Prior to that, Don held the role of president and coo at Pacific Research and Engineering Corp., developer of analog and digital radio studio systems, located in San Diego.

Mr. Naab received his Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Wisconsin and a master's degree in business administration from the University of Notre Dame.

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