Craig Soderquist

Anchor Bay Technologies, a supplier of video processing semiconductors (ASICs) and systems, today announced the appointment of John Glass to the position of vice president of marketing and business development. In this role, Glass will be in charge of defining and positioning Anchor Bay’s advanced video processing systems and semiconductor products, and will be responsible for the company’s market positioning, distribution strategy, and product management. Glass comes to Anchor Bay from Core Networks, Inc., where he served as vice president of marketing and business development. He will be based in Campbell, Calif., and report to Craig Soderquist. D&M Holdings Inc., the company that owns Denon,

Anchor Bay Technologies announced that Craig Soderquist joined Anchor Bay Technologies as chief executive officer. Soderquist succeeds Doug Fealtman, who remains with Anchor Bay as VP/GM of DVDO Systems. In his new role, Soderquist is charged with accelerating the growth of Anchor Bay in the video processing segments of the consumer electronics and semiconductor industries. Soderquist comes to Anchor Bay from Core Networks, Inc. where he was CEO of this privately held company supplying call center management software to the cable and telecommunications markets. Cobra Electronics announced that Sally Washlow has been promoted to the position of vice president of marketing-consumer products. In her

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