Digilent Inc., a Pullman company started by a Washington State University faculty member, was named small manufacturer of the year by Seattle Business magazine.
Clint Cole, a lecturer at the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, founded Digilent in 2000 to manufacture and market circuit boards for educational purposes, according to a WSU news release.
Working with a former student, Gene Apperson, Cole has designed more than 200 products, the release said. The company has 45 employees.
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