EFFECT Photonics today announced that Dennis Maas, Vice President of Finance & Infrastructure, will be…
EFFECT Photonics today announced that Dennis Maas, Vice President of Finance & Infrastructure, will be leaving the company as of March 1st, 2022 to pursue new opportunities.
“Since I joined in 2013, there has been an incredible momentum and I feel privileged to leave this company with an ambitious growth plan in place for the coming years. I am very grateful for this unforgettable journey and want to thank my fellow co-founders Boudewijn Docter, Tim Koene, James Regan, Robert Hughes and all our incredible colleagues and investors for the great experiences and memories! I will continue to support EFFECT Photonics wherever I can and am confident in it will succeed in becoming a big international, Dutch born, success story . At the same time I am extremely excited about the next chapter in my life – more on that soon” – Dennis Maas.
“We would like to thank Dennis for the dedication, energy and expertise he brought to EFFECT Photonics. During his tenure, the company went through several successful funding rounds, the number of employees grew to over 200 and saw the launch of its first products to market. With Dennis’ help, we have laid the foundation for our future success and we wish him all the very best as he goes on to his next chapter.” – Boudewijn Docter, President EFFECT Photonics.
About EFFECT Photonics
EFFECT Photonics delivers highly integrated optical communications products based on its Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) optical System-on-Chip technology. The key enabling technology for DWDM systems is full monolithic integration of all photonic components within a single chip and being able to produce these in volume with high yield at low cost. With this capability, EFFECT Photonics is addressing the need for affordable DWDM solutions driven by the soaring demand for high bandwidth connections. EFFECT Photonics is headquartered in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, with additional facilities in the UK, the US and Taiwan, and a worldwide network of sales partners. http://www.effectphotonics.comTags: Dennis Maas, resignation, VP