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NanoOpto Appoints VP

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SOMERSET, N.J. -- NanoOpto Corporation, who is applying novel design methods and proprietary nano-fabrication technology to produce a broad range of unique optical components that enable higher quality, low-cost optical components and systems, today announced that Bruce Nonnemaker has joined the company as Vice President of Manufacturing and Operations.

Nonnemaker brings over 30 years of experience in Operations, Manufacturing, Sales, Marketing, and Finance to NanoOpto. Prior to joining NanoOpto, Nonnemaker was an Executive Vice President at Emcore, where he had divisional responsibility for a $60M equipment and materials business. Previously, Nonnemaker has held executive positions as Vice President of Operations at Alpha Industries with functional responsibilities for wafer fabrication, process development engineering, Information Technology, and Quality Assurance; General Manager for IBM Worldwide Accounts at KLA Instruments Corporation with responsibility for sales, marketing, and maintenance of five product lines; and Vice President of Worldwide Semiconductor Manufacturing at Digital Equipment Corporation with responsibility for U.S. and U.K. plant operations. Nonnemaker holds an MBA from Boston University, an MSEE from Lehigh University, and a BSEE from Pennsylvania State University.

"We are extremely pleased to have someone of Bruce's caliber join our leadership team," said Barry Weinbaum, President and CEO of NanoOpto.

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