Friday, July 28, 2006

Radioscape Sets Up Hong Kong R&D Facility

Radio vendor news from Hong Kong -- RadioScape, a world leader in digital audio and multimedia broadcast and receiver technology is so pleased with the benefits of setting up a regional sales and support office one year earlier in the territory, that the company is now establishing a research and development centre.

The is being located in Hong Kong's Science and Technology Park in Sha Tin.

A team of ten staffers initially will focus on new technologies such as Mobile TV solutions.

RadioScape says in one year the Hong Kong office has already sold thirteen DMB systems to mainland Chinese organisations in the Mobile TV market.

The company says its success is the result of its unique end-to-end systems solution approach based on the well proven Eureka 147, DAB (Digital Audio Broadcast) standard with an additional layer of error correction to ensure robust performance for DMB (Digital Multimedia Broadcast) or DAB-IP (DAB Internet Protocol).

[Companies setting up in Hong Kong's Science and Technology Parks are usually eligible for development grants from the SAR government. Ed]

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