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QuickLogic opens new office in South Korea

04 Jul 2013

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Customisable semiconductor company QuickLogic Corp. has opened a new office in Seoul, South Korea. The company is experiencing an increase in demand for its custom and catalogue Customer Specific Standard Products (CSSP) in Asia, so the new office was built to support this. It is located at Seongnam-City, Gyeonggi-Province.

With the new South Korean office, QuickLogic's Field Sales, Customer Solution Architects and FAEs will be able to work more closely with customers throughout the engagement and development process, enabling them to integrate CSSP solutions into their mobile products such as tablets and smartphones.

According to research firm IDC, the 2013 forecast for worldwide tablet sales is 229 million units, an increase of 59% over 2012. The strongest growth came from Android-based systems, including tablets made by South Korean and Taiwanese companies.IDC is also predicting total smartphone sales of 959 million units for the year, marking a nearly 33% rise from last year's figure, with South Korea accounting for 70 million unit shipments in the first quarter of 2013 alone.

For more information about QuickLogic and CSSPs, visit

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