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Kevin O'Malley -- Removed from the NEC


Profile page for New Energy Congress former member Kevin O'Malley

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Picture of me when I was working the Comdex Booth in 2001, demonstrating National Semiconductor's Gigabit Ethernet Physical Layer devices.



Representation : Power management for IT systems.

New Energy Congress : Joined July 26, 2008. 'Removed Nov. 2, 2008 by a strong NEC vote due to his lack of adequate involvement during his first three months of probationary membership.'

Committees : Administrative, Electrical Engineering, Business Viability

Experience in the field of Alt Energy : I do not have as much experience as the others I see on this board, but I've been following alternative energy sources for 30 years. I have a BS in Electrical Engineering from UCSB, and I hope to leverage that into a paid position within some kind of alternative energy company. But, then that will make me biased towards that particular company. If that happens I'll be up front about it.

: I have been dealing with many DC-DC power supply solutions in my position as Field Application Engineer and Sales Engineer in the semiconductor business. I have about 5 years of power experience.

Education : BS in EE from UC Santa Barbara.

Specialty : I intend to start with a page on sinterization because I notice it keeps coming up. From there I intend to point out that Sinterization will help developments in metallic membranes, Boundary Layer Control for aircraft, surface area increases for cold fusion cathodes, and perhaps other areas. Then I intend to open a page that addresses the aliens-from-outer-space theory in the hopes that some people will have an eye opening critical look at the theory. I intend to keep pushing PESWiki on Free Republic and elsewhere.

Brief Bio



Marketing position that utilizes technical field sales expertise and customer-centric attitude.


Technical writing, advice, mentoring and troubleshooting for internal and external customers

Excellent communication skills with integrity

Commitment to high quality customer service

Troubleshooting a broad range of mixed-signal circuit applications

Ability to leverage technical skills to close the sale


Sipex, Inc., Milpitas, CA April 2005 - December 2007

Marketing Engineer, Power Management, Interface, Optical Products

Responsibility for Technical Documentation, first pass web-based technical support, cross reference and FAQ generation and technical content website management

Writing datasheets utilizing Pagemaker and InDesign. Other technical documentation such as design solutions, application notes, Qualification Packs, as submitted, whether in MSWord, PDF, FrameMaker, or even a combination

Project Team Leader for development of Four-Phase New Product Introduction

Website uploads and changes, including Press Releases, Product Collateral, landing pages

Created TypeIII Loop Compensation Calculator

and LDO Thermal Calculator

TAARCOM, Mountain View, CA 2004 - 2005

Sales Representative

Linecard: Bourns, ChipX, Cypress Semiconductor, Ethertronics, Fiberxon, Legacy Electronics, TDK Semiconductor, Texas Instruments, Varta Microbatteries, and Vicor

National Semiconductor, Santa Clara, CA 1998 - 2004

Sales and Field Applications Engineer 2003 - 2004

Full responsibility for HP account in Bay Area/Sacramento for Sales and Field Applications support.

Successful design-ins: LP2995 DDR termination regulators on multiple projects 7 Simple Switcher designs PC87214 SuperIO into Condor Server Project, TCP/IP Offload Engine in Nonstop Servers PC87413 ServerBMC into HP Integrity Server

Continued general customer applications responsibility for Ethernet, communications, and image sensors in the Bay Area

Field Applications Engineer 2001 - 2003

Technical support for customers designing NSC products onto PCBs, main technical interface between product lines and customers

Responsible for entire product line, including Ethernet, Temp Sensors, Op Amps, LVDS, Power Management, ADCs, Wireless. Image Sensor specialist for the Bay Area. De facto communications FAE for the Bay Area

Worked on over $150M pipeline of customer opportunities, including Adaptec, Agile Storage, Brocade, Extreme Networks, Foundry Networks, Nortel, Pinnacle, Riverstone, Smart Modular, Symbol, Terawave, Terayon, Zhone, and 3Com

Major Design Wins: Netgear FA312 10/100 node card, GA612 Gigabit adapter card. Cidco: DECT & Power Management in VOIP phone. Logitech Image Sensors

Ethernet Marketing (6 months interim, ancillary to Applications Role)

Responsible for Americas marketing for Ethernet Business Unit, including pricing, forecasting, competitor analysis, product specifications, market and application targeting, sales and customer training

Created and implemented policies and procedures for the marketing department. Developed and presented marketing plans to Division management to grow the new business

Updated web collateral as well as product pipeline proposals and sales/FAE training

Ethernet Focus Application Engineer (1998-2001)

Product line responsibility for DP83846A DsPHYTER 10/100 single PHY project, including writing the datasheet, Silicon Verification Board bench testing + characterization + debug, producing collateral materials

Managed customer interface for entire product line in the Americas

Supported customers in designing NSC Ethernet products onto their Printed Circuit Boards, worked on over $300 Million pipeline worth of customers' opportunities

Invented helpful register mapping utility for several chips incuding MacPHYTER, DsPHYTER, GigPHYTER, GigMAC, and MediaGXLV Processor. An example can be found at:

Created and maintained Lotus Notes Call Tracking database, which became the main interface between field personnel and the product line for technical learnings and bug fixes

Additional Experience

Computer Lab Consultant at UCSB, PCB Board Builder & Lab Assistant at UCSB, Alarm Technician, Hotel Night Auditor, Hotel Security/Front Desk, Owner of Process Serving Company, Lieutenant at Security Company.


Bachelors in Electrical Engineering: University of California, Santa Barbara 1998


Founding President of Technical Toastmasters Former Executive Committee Member for Muscular Dystrophy Association Counselor for Al Anon Family Groups Volunteer Management at $2.3Million Community Building Project S.H.A.R.E. Volunteer Community Leadership Development authoring a book on Developments in Electrogravitics and Boundary Layer Control

Other Profile Pages Member since 1998 Member since 2002


Kevin O'Malley

Sunnyvale, California, USA [Heart of Silicon Valley]