Trilithic promoted three executives at the end of last week, including Daniel Dillon, who was named director of product marketing for mobile systems applications within the company's Broadband Instruments Division.
In his new role, Dillon is responsible for the product development and marketing of all mobile devices and software for the Broadband Instruments group.
Dillon joined Trilithic in 2006 as a technical writer and was then promoted to product coordinator, providing support to Trilithic's product management group.
And Mark Darragh was promoted to product manager for Trilithic's Leakage Systems in the Broadband Instruments Group. Darragh is in charge of further developing Trilithic's leakage product portfolio.
Trilithic hired Darragh in 2007 as an applications engineer.
Terry Bush, president of Trilithic, said of Darragh: "His new role leading our Leakage portfolio is a key position in listening to our customers’ needs and developing new technology."
John Bush, meanwhile, was named senior systems sales engineer within the Broadband Instruments group. He will be responsible for working directly with customers at the senior level and bringing their ideas to fruition, contributing to new initiatives and leading product development for the Broadband Instruments Division, Trilithic said.
"As customers look for more and more ways to integrate information, it is key that all systems integrate with customer-owned data. The integration of multiple system-style platforms will be key in showing our customers intelligent analytical data for an in-depth view of the multitude of problems they face on their network," Bush said. "I am very happy to have the opportunity to work with our customers directly and help lead our team in this direction.”
Bush joined Trilithic in 2004 and has held many roles in technical applications support and sales engineering.
Trilithic promoted three executives, including Daniel Dillon, who was named director of product marketing for mobile systems applications within the company's Broadband Instruments Division.