New Additions at OpenSystems Media

OpenSystems Media (OSM) announced the addition of a new editorial director, Mike Demler. Mike will be editorial director for DSP-FPGA covering DSP, FPGA, Analog, Android, EDA, and LTE. Mike will be responsible for the DSP-FPGA Resource Guide, virtual events, Tech E-briefs, and TechChannel newsletters (one per month). In addition, Mike will manage OSM’s second annual EDA Virtual Summit and the 2012 FPGA Virtual Summit, and will moderate E-casts on topics from the TechChannel newsletters. Mike formerly worked at EDN writing on semiconductor technology, IC design and applications, SP, FPGAs and programmable logic, EDA, and embedded processors. has a circulation of more than 23,000 readers.

Also joining OSM is new editorial director, Jerry Gipper. Jerry will be editorial director for VME and Critical Systems magazine and business development manager for related properties. Jerry began his career in the embedded computing industry in 1981. He has held a variety of positions in systems engineering, sales, product marketing, business development, and strategic planning, much of it related to the VME industry. VME and Critical Systems magazine reaches more than 26,000 subscribers.

OSM also announced the addition of John McHale. John will serve as editorial director for Military Embedded Systems magazine. John will spearhead the expansion of editorial offerings and direct editorial strategy that will combine the best embedded news, commentary, and trends for the military electronics community in print and online. As editorial director, he will set the overall strategy for growing Military Embedded Systems as well as write feature articles and commentary, moderate webcasts, and develop other digital content initiatives. Prior to joining OpenSystems, John was executive editor of Military & Aerospace Electronics magazine, where he covered the defense industry for 15 years. Military Embedded Systems magazine reaches more than 39,000 subscribers.

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