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Basil Zimmo Joins Finesse Solutions as Vice-President of Software
Date:5/6/2008

SANTA CLARA, Calif., May 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Finesse Solutions, LLC, Santa Clara, CA, a manufacturer of measurement and control solutions for life sciences process applications, announced the appointment of Basil Zimmo as its Vice-President of Software. Basil brings over 19 years of international program and senior management experience, with a focus on implementing high efficiency engineering, resource optimization, and global performance metrics. Basil was most recently a Senior Program Manager for handheld products at Research in Motion (RIM). Prior to joining RIM, Basil held senior management roles at Picarro Canada, Inc. and telecommunications companies such as Nortel Networks and JDS Uniphase, and has held positions at semiconductor chip companies such as AMD, Mitel Semiconductor, Phillips Semiconductor, GEC Plessey and Hughes Aircraft Company.

At Finesse Solutions, Mr. Zimmo will lead the new, Santa Clara-based software team in developing the TruBio bioreactor control platform. Mr. Zimmo said, "I am delighted to join Finesse, and work closely with both sensor and hardware teams to develop the next generation TruBio software. Finesse has a unique opportunity to innovate and address the evolving needs of bio-processing applications."

According to Finesse Solutions CEO Dr. Barbara Paldus, "We are delighted to embark on developing future versions of TruBio software based on state-of-the art programming platforms, that will future-proof our offering and add new capabilities for end users. We look forward to offering end users significantly improved code and novel, advanced features in the near future."

About Finesse Solutions, LLC

California-based Finesse Solutions, LLC, leads the way in developing new measurement and control technologies, in order to enable the transition to single-use systems, bring new capabilities to existing bioreactor platforms, and harmonize global bio-process information transfer. Our current product family
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