Mycom Opens in Taiwan

Mycom hails the successful opening of its Advanced Research & Development Facility in Taiwan

March 9, 2009

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TAIWAN -- Mycom, a leading global provider of best-in-class OSS Service Assurance software solutions and innovative ICT professional services to the telecoms industry, today announced with the support and funding from Taiwan’s Department of Industrial Technology (DoIT), and Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA), the official celebration of their software Research and Development facility in Taiwan, hailing it as a success.

With the constant introduction of new telecom technologies and services and the ongoing evolution of telecom standards it was important that Mycom’s state-of-the art Service Assurance software solution, NIMS-PrOptima, developed at a supporting pace. Identifying continuous investment in R&D is seen as a key factor in achieving business and technological goals and further underlines Mycom’s focused strategy to develop state-of-the-art software solutions.

Siamak Sarbaz, CEO, President & Founder of Mycom said “Taiwan’s eco-system of technical advances in new innovative technology and manufacturing together with its government vision of bringing the country into a software design and research hub in Asia, is what convinced us that our R&D centre would thrive here. We are able to draw upon Taiwan’s rich culture and reputation for research, innovation with the ability to turn it into products used the world over. This together with governmental support promises a new era in the software industry for leading technological Taiwanese companies who are willing to cooperate with innovative companies such as Mycom. The opening of our R&D facility in Taiwan was a decision we made having considered other locations for software industry giants, yet we based it on the significant commitment of Governmental vision towards this achievable goal, and we are happy to have made the decision which demonstrates Mycom’s strong commitment to collaborate with the Taiwanese government, industry, universities and research organizations”


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