With a growing list of customers in Asia,
TeraView has taken the step of establishing an initial base in the region. The first
office is located in Seoul, and is intended to enhance the service, technical
support and applications-specific expertise which TeraView offers its customers
and commercial partners in the region.
The new office will be managed by Mr Bong Cho,
who joined TeraView in 2012 after many years of experience working for
companies active in the semiconductor inspection and non-destructive testing
“These are exciting times at TeraView and
there is significant untapped potential within the Asian market,” said Mr Cho.
“We now have machines across Asia and increasingly with industrial partners. We
need to ensure that we continue to provide these customers and partners with the
best possible support. This office shows our commitment to our existing customers
and commercial partners in Korea, and also to the wider region”.
Don Arnone, CEO TeraView said “Asia is
increasingly important to TeraView, and we need to strongly support and expand
our business in the region. We now have offices in North America, Europe and
Asia, and continue to expand our customers support in all regions. “
is the world’s first company devoted to the application of Terahertz light for
spectroscopy and imaging. A spin out from Toshiba and Cambridge University in
2001 and employing circa 25 staff, TeraView has been developing its products
across a number of applications and now has systems in over 20 countries. Headquartered
in Cambridge, sales and support are available throughout Europe, North America
and the Far East either directly or through a network of distributors. For more
information on TeraView, visit www.teraview.com.