Intercard has recruited expert electrical engineer Tony Giordano to its technology development team. Giordano has more than 20 years of experience in designing electrical components and systems for demanding technology applications in the medical, scientific and defense industries. As Intercard continues to pursue innovation in debit card technology, Giordano will contribute new hardware designs for the next generation of card readers and related products.
Giordano has designed systems for several leading American technology companies including Essex Cryogenics, FoMOS Camera, Innoventor, Inc., and Escort Memory Systems. Earlier in his career he was a mechanical designer for the National Ignition Facility, a thermonuclear fusion reactor at the world-famous Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
“Tony Giordano has excelled in a variety of complex technologies and has extensive engineering skills,” said Scott Sherrod, CEO of Intercard. “As Intercard continues to expand its global business, Tony will help us ensure that we stay in the forefront as an innovator of market-leading debit card technology and services.”
Giordano graduated the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign with a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering with a concentration in power electronics. He received his master’s degree in physics from the University of Missouri.
A long-time bicycling enthusiast, Giordano once rode with his brother to California from St. Louis.