CamSemi Opens Sales & Application Design Center In Taiwan

December 02, 2007 by Jeff Shepard

CamSemi announced the opening of a sales office and application design center in Taiwan. The new office, located in the Neihu district of Taipei and close to many of the world’s leading power supply manufacturers, is expected to take a lead role in securing further design-ins and revenue growth for CamSemi’s first products: the C2470 family of mixed signal controller ICs aimed at the linear power supply replacement market. CamSemi’s new dedicated facilities include a power supply design laboratory for the development and support of customer designs.

David Baillie, CEO CamSemi, highlighted the central role that Taiwan now plays in the global market for power conversion products, stating, "Taiwan is a center of excellence for power supply design and manufacture so it was always part of our vision to establish CamSemi’s first regional sales office and application design centre here. There are more power supply companies headquartered here than anywhere else in the world and, with our local office offering technical support and design services, we are now perfectly placed to take advantage of the considerable market interest and opportunity for our existing and future products."

"Taipei is the perfect hub for all our commercial operations in the Asia region. It provides access into the Greater China market but is also within easy reach of our growing number of customers and sales partners in Japan, Korea and the south-east Asia region," said Kent Feng, Director of Asia sales for CamSemi.