Electronics & Engineering as well as Soundus Corporation will be partnering with Symetrix as distributors.
April 21, 2011, by PSW Staff
With growing international sales of its established lines and expansion in sales of its Jupiter “zero learning curve” processors, Symetrix is pleased to announce that it will be working with two new distributors in Asia: Electronics & Engineering (Singapore, Malaysia, India) and Soundus Corporation (Korea).
“I am impressed by the Apps paradigm (borrowed from smartphone technology) and the wealth of features of the new Jupiter DSP platform,” said Gary Goh of Singapore-based Electronics & Engineering.
“It certainly is a powerful product that promises to win many fans in Southeast Asia. As we supply solutions for projects across a wide range of scales and specificities, we are pleased that the Jupiter, Integrator Series, and open-architecture SymNet systems meet our range of needs.”
Taeryung Park, head sales manager of Seoul-based Soundus Corporation stated, “We feel that our market is ready to learn about the benefits of the Symetrix Jupiter DSP processor and Integrator Series products as they are performance-driven, reliable and well-suited to our installation projects.”
“Like Symetrix, we pride ourselves in superior customer service and support and are looking forward to a long-lasting relationship.”
“We are happy to be partnering with Electronics & Engineering and Soundus,” said Paul Roberts, Symetrix’ vice president of sales and marketing.
“Both companies are respected, established, and networked in their regions. Thus, they are well positioned to introduce their clients to the performance and value of Symetrix and its family of product lines.”
“We are especially excited to gain increased market penetration in Asia with the new Jupiter line of ‘zero learning curve’ processors, which has already taken other markets by storm.”