February 1, 1985
California Microwave Inc., a Sunnyvale-based maker of telecommunications equipment, has appointed Gilbert F. Johnson president and chief operating officer, succeeding David B. Leeson, who remains chairman and chief executive.
March 10, 1989 |
California Microwave Inc. said it completed the acquisition of EFData Corp. for about $5.8 million. EFData has annual sales of $8 million. It will operate as a subsidiary of California Microwave, the company said.
March 23, 1989 |
California Microwave Inc. has acquired Efdata Corp. of Tempe for about $5.8 million in cash and common stock, Efdata officials said. Efdata produces a range of satellite and troposcatter data communications productions, with annualized sales of $8 million, said founder Robert Fitting. He said the firm would continue to operate in Tempe as a wholly owned subsidiary of California Microwave, a Sunnyvale, Calif.-based supplier of electronic intelligence systems and communications equipment.
February 13, 1997 |
California Microwave Inc. said it will cut 20% of its staff and close facilities in California and Illinois by March 31 in a restructuring. The Redwood City-based supplier of satellite Earth station and microwave radio infrastructure products did not specify how many jobs would be cut. Company executives were not immediately available to comment. The company said it will take an $8-million charge to account for the actions in the fiscal third quarter ending March 31.