BridgeComm hires new Technical Program Director
(2 November 2020 - BridgeComm) BridgeComm today announced that Jean-Pierre “JP” Devieux has joined the company as technical program director.
A proven wireless systems engineer and management professional in the innovative communications industry, Devieux will oversee the development and execution of BridgeComm’s OWC solutions, including its managed optical communications array (MOCA) technology and deployment of high-speed networks.
“JP is an incredible talent with decades of experience, vast industry knowledge and both a technical and business-savvy skillset,” says Joseph Campagna, chief operations officer of BridgeComm. “It is an honor to bring him on board, and we are confident he will assist us in responding to the growing demand for OWC solutions in the government and commercial sectors.”
JP launched his career at Conexant, managing the life cycle development of broadband solutions along with a 45-person team. Over a span of 15 years, he served in key positions including multiple director of engineering and sales roles at several wireless solutions companies. Throughout his career, he has demonstrated adaptability in the business and engineering of leading-edge technologies while driving business growth, successfully launching new products, and expanding into new markets.
“I am thrilled to join the innovative team of experts at BridgeComm,” says Devieux. “I look forward to the opportunity of working with an optical wireless communications system that holds tremendous potential to enhance and extend the capabilities of our connected world.”
Devieux earned a master’s degree in engineering management from the University of Maryland. He also holds a bachelor’s of science, electrical engineering degree from Purdue University.
BridgeComm, Inc. is a global leader in optical wireless communications solutions and services. Using a wireless technology offering rapid point-to-point and point to multi-point data transmissions via beams of light, BridgeComm supports a number of applications. Optical Wireless Communications (OWC) can augment RF, fiber and mmWave technologies to support applications ranging from space communications, terrestrial networks including 5G connectivity, and airborne missions. Through a global network of optical ground stations designed to support complementary fixed and mobile terminals, the company provides support for space and airborne programs.