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Silicon Space Technology Appoints New Senior Director of Sales and Marketing

AUSTIN, Texas, Dec. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Silicon Space Technology (SST) ( announced today that Brad Ostman has joined the firm to develop their growing portfolio of national and international accounts.  Brad comes with a wealth of experience within the semiconductor industry, having spent the last ten years at Fairchild Imaging where Brad was instrumental in developing a number of strategic corporate accounts.

Brad joins SST as the Senior Director of Sales and Marketing to further expand SST's market presence and services many of the top companies world-wide. Brad comments, "I am looking forward to a new challenge within SST and excited to working with the team to further develop their growing product and services portfolio."

Wes Morris, President and CEO said, "Brad's appointment is a sign of our commitment to expand our presence in our industry. Our new product portfolio and the increasing demand from our customers led us to look for an addition to our team who will fit in with our culture and commitment to our customers, and it is very fortunate that we were able to find someone of Brad's caliber to fulfill this role."

About Silicon Space Technology

About SST: Silicon Space Technology (SST) is a privately held, fabless semiconductor company based in Austin, TX. SST uses its patented HardSILTM technology to harden bulk silicon ICs for highly reliable operation in extreme radiation or high-temperature environments. SST partners with commercial foundries to produce HardSILTM ICs for multiple high reliability (hi-rel) markets including space, mil-aero, energy, transportation, medical, and industrial controls.

Visit SST's website at  for more information.

SOURCE Silicon Space Technology

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