|[February 27, 2014]
Estro Vitantonio Joins North Hills Signal Processing Corp. As Chief Executive Officer
SYOSSET, N.Y. --(Business Wire)--
North Hills Signal Processing Corp., a leading provider of data bus and
engineering solutions for the military and aerospace market, is very
pleased to announce that Estro Vitantonio has joined the company as
Chief Executive Officer.
Before coming to North Hills, Estro was General Manager of Pulse (News - Alert)
Electronics' Military and Aerospace Division, and has more than 15
years' experience with defense, aerospace and space products and
"We are excited to have Estro join us and assume the lead role for
growing our North Hills business" said Warren Esanu, the current CEO.
Mr. Esanu will be retiring as CEO effective immediately, but will retain
his role as North Hills' Chairman.
Richard Schwaz, the current North Hills General Manager, is also
retiring, but will remain with the company for a short time to assure an
Mr. Esanu said, "All of us at North Hills are very appreciative of the
significant role Richard Schwarz has played in growing and developing
our company and we wish him a very well-earned and wonderful retirement."
North Hills Signal Processing provides a broad array of services and
products including engineering, design, development, test, and
manufacturing of products that provide network infrastructure in
data-transmission applications for major military and aerospace Tier 1
and Tier 2 contractors as well as various OEM's and U.S. Government
agencies. The products support copper wire-based communications systems
and include data bus couplers, cable assemblies and wideband
transformers. The company's products can be found in a wide variety of
ground, flight and space platforms and programs.
About North Hills Signal Processing Corp.
North Hills has been a leading provider of measurement and connectivity
solutions since 1952. Its leading-edge products are currently meeting
the demanding needs of OEM customers in the military, aerospace,
instrumentation, medical and industrial process control markets. North
Hills Signal Processing Corporation headquartered in Syosset, New York.
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