Comdel, a leader in the design, development and manufacturing of custom Radio Frequency (RF) Power Supplies, announced the appointment of Scott Johnson, former Senior Vice President, as Comdel’s President. After 48 years, Ted Johnson, founder of Comdel, Inc., has decided to hand over the role of President to his son, Scott Johnson. Scott has over 30 years of experience in the RF power supply market. He has progressed impressively through the ranks, first as an RF design engineer and most recently as Senior Vice President of Comdel where he held responsibility for the operations of the company. Scott holds a BA from Harvard in Applied Science, MSEE from Northeastern and an MBA from Bentley College.
“We welcome Scott’s leadership and extensive experience to the role of President ,” said Ted Johnson, “Comdel is at the forefront of RF manufacturing and the transition of leadership will be seamless to continue to provide state-of-the art products and excellent service and to our customers.”
“As President, I plan to implement a new vision of advancing global business strategy in the semiconductor, advanced material, industrial heating and laser markets while continuing to provide customers with advanced power supply technology, proven techniques and product reliability to ensure lasting partnerships. “ said Scott Johnson.
As Scott steps into the position of President, Ted will assume the role of Chief Technology Officer and maintain an integral role in Comdel’s management team as a mentor and resource of knowledge while overseeing new product development. Ted has been the driving force at Comdel since the early days of the semiconductor industry, with over 45 years of experience in RF technology and a degree from Northeastern University in electrical engineering.