Drawing on more than two decades of technology sales experience, Brown will develop new markets and customers for Densitron’s control surfaces and control systems
Kent, UK, 2 March 2020 – Densitron, a creator of HMI technologies and a global leader in display, monitor, and embedded computing solutions, has announced the appointment of Mark Brown as Director of Sales and Operations for the Americas. A sales and business development executive with extensive knowledge and relationships in the IoT space of Industrial, Medical, Security, Consumer and Test & Measurement markets.
Brown joins Densitron having led technical sales organisations focusing on hardware, software, firmware and associated development tools for complex semiconductors such as FPGAs, custom ICs, wireless connectivity solutions and control systems.
Brown held senior positions at QuickLogic, OKI Semiconductor and ChipX. He also drove sales of RF microwave, wireless modules and services at California Eastern Laboratories across the Americas; and serving as VP, Business Development and Sales at wireless solutions company MMB Networks.
“Mark’s unique background and extensive relationships across the Americas will help bring Densitron’s game-changing control surfaces and control systems to new markets and customers. We are hugely excited by the potential to raise awareness of our entire product range, and Mark will be an integral part of this next major stage of our development.”
- Simon Jones, Managing Director, Densitron
“I’m honored to be a part of this team, and I look forward to implementing sales and operational strategies that foster long-term partnerships and long-term growth. I’m excited to put my experience to work at Densitron, delivering value-added display solutions and exceeding our customer expectations.”
- Mark Brown, Sales & Operations Director, Densitron
At Densitron Brown will be charged with further expanding the global reach of the company’s control surfaces, control systems, monitors and displays. In particular, Brown will be exploring new markets, in broadcast and elsewhere, for the Intelligent Display System (IDS) platform. Combining proprietary hardware and software that allow broadcasters to connect, control and automate devices and activities in and around the studio.