Lab X Promotes R&D Executive
Lab X Technologies, a 15-year-old company that acts as a design resource for manufacturers of digitally networked solutions, announced the promotion of Eldridge Mount to the position of vice president of advanced development.
Lab X Technologies, a 15-year-old company that acts as a design resource for manufacturers of digitally networked solutions, announced the promotion Eldridge Mount to the position of vice president of advanced development. The move enables Lab X to place greater emphasis on its research and development team to supply current and potential customers with the most advanced IEEE 802.1 Audio Video Bridging (AVB) technology, company officials said.
"Promoting Eldridge is another step in the positive organizational changes Lab X is undertaking to expand our reputation as the leader in the networked media connectivity industry," said Lee Minich, president of Lab X Technologies, in a statement. "Eldridge has played a vital role within the company, spearheading a large amount of our IP development for the better part of a decade and we look forward to combining his engineering experience with his eagerness to expand our scope of technology offerings."
Mount has been a part of the Lab X team for eight years and was promoted from his previous position as vice president of engineering. In the new role, he transitions his focus from client operation responsibilities to the research and development aspects of Lab X, according to the company.
"With my new responsibilities squarely focused on Lab X's ongoing development of intellectual property, I'm confident we will accelerate our efforts in this area while helping our clients deliver cutting-edge products to market," said Mount in a statement. "We've already identified several opportunities to expand the breadth and capabilities of our existing AVB Audio Platform and other IP offerings in the coming year, as well as entirely new areas of development which will help us penetrate new markets."