SoftSwitching Technologies Supplies DySC Technology to South Korea’s Premier Techno-Park
MIDDLETON, Wis., Nov. 14 /PRNewswire/ — SoftSwitching Technologies(R), a growing global leader in the power quality industry, is partnering with Chungnam Techno-Park in the Republic of Korea to provide DySC(R) (Dynamic Sag Corrector) adaptive power supply technology for the first phase of one of its newest projects: adding an R&D facility for the flat panel display industry to its already expansive facility.
“Chungnam Techno-Park is a significant undertaking by the South Korean government to develop next-generation flat panel display technology in a business incubator environment,” says Rick Smith, director of international sales for SoftSwitching Technologies. “We are pleased to be involved with this cutting-edge development facility, as our technology fits perfectly with the requirements for sag detection and mitigation requisite for this facility.”
South Korea’s Chungnam Techno-Park, established in 1999, has grown to be one of the most outstanding and front-running technology compounds in the country. Many star companies on the KOSDAQ (Korean Stock Exchange) launched their operations in the Chungnam Techno-Park, which plays an important role in leading South Korea’s technology industry.
About SoftSwitching Technologies
SoftSwitching Technologies is a global leader in power quality solutions for all automated industrial markets, developing products, systems and services that effectively monitor, correct and restore the power at any automated manufacturing operation and protect sensitive processes, equipment and facilities from the negative effects of dirty power. SoftSwitching Technologies was founded in 1995 and introduced its first power quality market solution, the DySC(R), in 1998. Today, SoftSwitching Technologies offers some of the most affordable, effective and scalable power quality and monitoring solutions available on the market. Customers include both middle market firms and blue chip companies such as General Motors, Chrysler, Ford, BMW, Honda, Applied Materials, Texas Instruments, Motorola, Hynix, Kraft, General Mills, Campbell’s, ConAgra and Anheuser Busch. For additional information, visit http://www.softswitch.com/.
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