ZMicro, a leader in rugged computing solutions, today announced the promotion of Maryam Afshin to Vice President of Engineering. In her expanded role, Ms. Afshin will lead a world-class team of engineering professionals in designing and developing innovative rugged displays, workstations, servers, and imaging systems for military applications.
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Maryam Afshin, Vice President of Engineering (Photo: Business Wire)
Ms. Afshin joined ZMicro in 2013 as engineering manager where she has been managing simultaneous fast pace projects with overlapping urgencies from concept through product launch. Before joining ZMicro, Afshin was at L-3 Communication—a key partner for ZMicro—where as a project engineer she was responsible for the flat display product line used in airborne, shipboard, ground vehicle applications. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from San Diego State University.
“Maryam has been a key part of our success, and we are thrilled to promote her to this key leadership position,” said Jason Wade, President of ZMicro. “She will play a central role in helping realize the full potential of our engineering organization and expanding our product offerings.”
“Talented and committed people are core to our DNA at ZMicro and I’ve been fortunate to work alongside an incredibly talented group of people,” said Afshin. “I am proud to be part of ZMicro, a company that embraces innovation and technology, and a relentless commitment to continuous improvement to make the best possible products and the best possible workplace. I look forward to continuing my part in helping ZMicro reach new heights.”
ZMicro provides rugged computing solutions for military and aerospace applications. The company provides off-the-shelf, customizable and built-to-spec military-grade computers, displays, storage and video enhancements systems. All ZMicro products are manufactured on site at its headquarters in San Diego, California. The company’s mature production and quality processes enable it to rapidly configure manufacturing lines for new and custom products. In business since 1986, ZMicro’s rugged computing products are deployed and integrated into military, industrial and medical platforms across the world. For more information, visit www.zmicro.com.