Shipcom Wireless EVP Anthony Lisuzzo Joins Ironwave Technologies’ Advisory Board

Shipcom Wireless EVP Anthony Lisuzzo Joins Ironwave Technologies’ Advisory Board
Anthony Lisuzzo Avisory board member Ironwave

Anthony Lisuzzo, executive vice president for east coast operations at Shipcom Wireless, has been named to the advisory board of Manassas-Virginia-based radio frequency and microwave technology provider Ironwave Technologies.

Lisuzzo, who also functions as general manager of the federal solutions business of Shipcom, brings his knowledge of global electronic warfare defense systems to his new capacity, Ironwave said Tuesday.

Robert Ferrante, CEO of Ironwave's RF Group, said the new advisory board member will help the company pursue EW opportunities.

Lisuzzo's career includes time at L-3 Communications where he served as VP of EW strategy responsible for aligning federal sector customers to the company's EW, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance and force protection offerings, and at Booz Allen Hamilton and Joint Research and Development

In the public sector, he served at the Department of Defense. Lisuzzo also worked as senior executive director at the U.S. Army Materiel Command's intelligence and information warfare directorate.

Ironwave builds and offers microwave and RF products for telemetry, electronic warfare, surveillance and defense communications usage.

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