Tasman Opens R&D Center in India

Tasman Networks announces development center in India to meet growing demand for enterprise bandwidth solutions

February 13, 2003

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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Tasman Networks, a leading provider of networking solutions for bandwidth-intensive applications, today announced an offshore development facility in Bangalore, the silicon capital of India. The Tasman Networks India operations, in coordination with the Tasman Networks USA engineering activities, will enable the company to deliver new and innovative enterprise network solutions that are faster, more scalable, more services-rich, and dramatically more affordable. Tasman Networks' expansion into India will allow the company to maximize efficiency by utilizing the country's talented pool of networking engineers and visionaries. Adding development operations in India will allow the company to work around the clock, accelerating product development and interoperability testing in order to rapidly meet worldwide customer demand. "Our development center in India will provide us with the resources needed to exceed customer expectations," said Paul Smith, CEO of Tasman Networks. "This expansion will not only open the doors for many new opportunities in the Asia Pacific and other regions, but will also provide a foundation for future non-engineering operations in India, such as technical support, telemarketing and major account sales." Tasman Networks plans to invest in expanding the facility, which will also host a state-of-the-art lab for networking equipment. Tasman Networks plans to increase its India operation from its current 20 engineering staff to more than double in the next 24 months. Tasman Networks Inc.

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