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TriQuint: A Tradition of Trust

It’s hard times for a number of people and companies in the compound semi industry
right now–and the business climate will likely remain “challenging”
for some time. But one company continues to send out positive vibes that are
being warmly received throughout the international CS community: TriQuint Semiconductor.
This USA-based wireless stalwart, headquartered in Hillsboro, Oregon, has been
reporting refreshing good news recently, the latest item of which names CEO
Ralph Quinsey as AEA Oregon’s Technology Executive of the Year. (Ref:
company
release
)

The selection, which was decided upon by previous winners, was based on not
only Ralph’s corporate leadership at TriQuint, but also on his contribution
to the greater Oregon community and the overall technology industry, citing
the fact that Quinsey

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