Radiant Communications hires new director of engineering

April 11, 2005
April 11, 2005 - Chris Costa will oversee new product development.

Radiant Communications has added Chris Costa to its staff as the director of engineering. In his new role, Costa will oversee all aspects of new product development, product upgrades and the company's engineering operations.

Prior to joining Radiant, Costa served as the director of engineering for GE Security's Fiber Options Division for eight years. His responsibilities included new product development, product maintenance, documentation control, quality assurance, compliance and service.

Costa has a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Stony Brook University and a master's degree in electrical engineering from Polytechnic University.

"Given his strong background in fiber optics, audio-video processing and analog and digital systems design, Chris is a strong asset to the Radiant team," says Jack Fitzgerald, vice president of Radant Communications. "We look forward to him leveraging his technical knowledge and engineering expertise to further Radiant's reputation for quality and innovation."

Radant, based in South Plainfield, NJ, manufactures optical fiber products for the transmission of voice, video and data. For more information visit www.rccfiber.com.

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