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On 1 April 2014 LPKF will open a service and sales subsidiary office in Seoul, Korea, which will be just in time to complement the company’s participation at the SMT/PCB & Nepcon Korea Trade Show that takes place in the city from 2 to 4 April.
LPKF is one of the leading providers of laser systems for the production of electronic components world-wide. Approx. 70 percent of the company's profits are generated in Asia. In addition to China and Taiwan, South Korea is also one of the laser specialist's most important markets.
The Z-Wave Alliance, an open consortium of leading global companies deploying Z-Wave, the world's largest ecosystem for wireless control products and services, is proud to announce the approval of radio frequency allocations that will bring Z-Wave control and automation to the South Korean market.
Blighter Surveillance Systems has won a contract to supply the South Korean Armed Forces with its Blighter®B400 electronic-scanning radars.
In monitoring the early progress of LTE, many industry insiders closely watch countries where mobile operators are aggressively deploying new networks, and offering commercial LTE devices and services. In South Korea, the United States, and Japan, the number of LTE subscribers surpassed that of WiMAX subscribers in 4Q11, 1Q12, and 2Q12, respectively. The findings are part of new market data from market intelligence firm ABI Research detailing the mobile broadband transition.
AWR Corp. announced that agendas for the AWR Design Forums (ADF) 2012 (www.awrdesignforum.com) for Japan, Korea and Taiwan have been finalized and posted online, and registration will be open through the day preceding each event.
Developing appropriate pricing and differentiation strategies for 4G services will be a critical challenge for operators in Asia wanting to monetise investments in 4G as advanced mobile networks are rolled out across the region, according to a new report titled ‘The developed Asia–Pacific telecoms market: trends and forecasts 2011–2016’ from global telecoms and media specialists Analysys Mason (www.analysysmason.com).