This webcast introduces Agilent’s most technologically advanced scopes ever.

  • Is your technology roadmap showing data rates of 10 Gb/sec and faster?
  • Are today’s edge trigger speeds limiting your ability to capture critical single-shot events?
  • Are you designing high speed serial buses where jitter matters and picoseconds count?

See how Agilent’s newest real-time scope can help you with your measurement challenges. Attend our live webcast on April 27. Our experts will answer your questions directly during the presentation.

Who should view this webcast:
Engineers responsible for characterizing the signal integrity of high speed semiconductors, serial buses or computer and communications systems.

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Ron Nersesian, Senior Vice President, Agilent; President, Electronic Measurement Group

Ron Nersesian is president of Agilent’s Electronic Measurement Group (EMG). In this capacity, he oversees all business operations of the company’s Electronic Measurement and Semiconductor & Board Test segments.

Nersesian began his career in 1982 with Computer Sciences Corporation as a systems engineer for satellite communications systems. In 1984, he joined Hewlett-Packard’s New Jersey Division, and from 1987 through 1996 served in various management roles in the division, including marketing manager.

In 1996, Nersesian joined LeCroy Corporation as vice president of worldwide marketing and corporate officer. He subsequently took on other senior management roles, including senior vice president and general manager of the company’s digital storage oscilloscope business.

Nersesian rejoined Agilent in 2002 as vice president and general manager of the company’s Design Validation Division. He was most recently vice president and general manager of EMG’s Wireless Business Unit, as well as manager of Agilent’s Santa Rosa Site in California, where he is based. In his continuing site management role, Nersesian serves as local Agilent spokesman, is a member of the North Bay Leadership Council board of directors, and represents the company on the Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce.

Nersesian holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Lehigh University and an MBA from New York University, Stern School of Business.

Jay Alexander, Vice President and General Manager, Digital Test Division – Oscilloscope Business, Agilent Technologies
Jay joined Agilent (formerly Hewlett-Packard) in 1986 as a Manufacturing and Test Engineer after working on robotics at IBM. Three years later he became Test Engineering Manager for oscilloscopes and logic analyzers. He later moved to oscilloscope R&D as a Software Development Engineer, where he worked on several projects including the design of the original Infiniium user interface. He subsequently served in various R&D management positions, where he played significant roles in establishing and growing the Infiniium, InfiniiVision, and Economy oscilloscope franchises, along with the application-specific solutions business for oscilloscopes. In addition to his R&D roles, Jay spent approximately 5 years in