Altair Semiconductor, a leading provider of LTE chipsets, announced the opening of a research and development (R&D) center in Taiwan to support the company’s technical advancement in the major Asian growth-center.

“The opening of a R&D facility in Taiwan represents our commitment to expanding our global footprint and our desire to bring next-generation LTE solutions to today’s market,” said Eran Eshed, VP of Marketing and Business Development at Altair Semiconductor. “We are rapidly expanding our customer footprint, many of which are designing innovative products based on our IoT chipset. We intend to further enhance the service we provide to this growing community and tap into the highly qualified talent pool that exists in Taiwan.”

Headquartered in Israel, Altair Semiconductor has six worldwide offices, including four in Asia: China, Taiwan, Japan, and India. R&D teams, spread throughout the company’s corporate network, work to develop next-generation LTE chipsets for the IoT/M2M and broadband markets.

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