Joseph O'Neil Joins Power Design Services as CEO


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Power Design Services Inc. has appointed Joseph O'Neil as chief executive officer of the company. Power Design Services is a Silicon Valley-based leader in the assembly of rigid and flex printed circuit boards. Founded in 2003, it counts Fortune 500 companies such as Toshiba and Apple among its clients.

O'Neil has nearly 25 years of experience in high-tech fields. Before joining Power Design Services, he was CEO and president of Hunter Technology Corp., which specialized in medical, military and aerospace applications.

"I'm grateful to be joining the Power Design Services team at an exciting time," O'Neil said. "Based on today's marketplace and the level of talent at Power Design Services, we see great potential for growth with this company. We look forward to charting a course that helps our existing clients achieve their goals and also broadens our customer base."

O'Neil is also chairman of the Board of Directors of IPC, the global trade association that represents the printed circuit board and electronics assembly industries, their customers, and suppliers. He has served on the IPC board since 2006 and is a member of the IPC Designer Council Steering Committee.

A graduate of Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, O'Neil holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance and Marketing.

About Power Design Services

Power Design Services, Inc. provides quick-turn and volume production of flex circuit, printed circuit board (PCB), and rigid-flex circuit designs. PDS specializes in "small volumes, really fast" as well as complete turn-key electronic assembly solutions including design, manufacturing and assembly. Based in California's Silicon Valley, PDS has provided printed circuit board assembly services since 2003. PDS provides PCB and assembly solutions to the medical, military, consumer, telecommunication, and other industries. Since PDS is always on the cutting edge of technology, PDS plays a key part in many of the Silicon Valley companies' early product development. PDS is ITAR and ISO-9001 Certified.

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