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Telops increases its presence in the South Korean market via its partnership with Opto-Mechanical Associate
March 11, 2005
QUEBEC -- Telops, a company specializing in the design and manufacture of optronic test systems, is proud to announce the signing of an agreement with an important partner in Corea, Opto-Mechanical Associate (OMA). This will mean an increased presence for Telops in South Korea.
OMA was establised in 1991 with its headquarters located in Daejeon, Korea. Dedicated in being a good supplier and the best partner to their customer, OMA provides many components and test systems for various fields such as semiconductor, photonics, and automation. Telops’ Sales & Marketing Vice President, Michel Roy, emphasizes that “OMA was chosen for its vast experience and knowledge of the optical fiber communication market. They also have a high notoriety in the photonics market.”
The agreement, formally signed on February 4, 2005, will lead to the promotion of Telops and the development of its business relationships and service in South Korea.
For its part, OMA will benefit from Telops’ expertise in the areas of photonics components testing, burn-in, and characterization. Telops test and measurement products are designed to enhance device qualification and to simplify quality control. In these test equipment, the components are subjected to accurately controlled test conditions and are characterized using a series of optical, electrical and thermal measurements. Jin-Ho Lee, President of OMA, sees Telops’ products as excellent complements to its line of products, currently offered to high power lasers manufacturers and to the industries of optical fiber communication components, semiconductors and microelectronics.
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