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INSIDE Secure Appoints Vice-President

Published: Monday, September 24, 2012
Last Updated: Monday, September 24, 2012
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Company appoints Dimitrios Karayiannis as vice-president of research and development.

INSIDE Secure has announced that it has appointed Dimitrios Karayiannis to the position of vice president of research and development.

He leads the R&D organization and is responsible for the development of all products for INSIDE Secure Near Field Communication (NFC), digital security and secure payment business lines.

Mr. Karayiannis is bringing more than 16 years of hardware and software experience in the semiconductor industry, including more than ten years of management experience in product development of application and BaseBand processors.

Prior to joining INSIDE Secure, Mr. Karayiannis held various positions at Texas Instruments in the United States and France.

As a member of the senior leadership team at Texas Instruments France, he managed the R&D organization for the wireless business unit.

Mr. Karayiannis, a Greek citizen, holds a PhD degree in computer science from Southern Illinois University.

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