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TriQuint Recruits New Distributor In Korea

L&K Tech and TriQuint will work together to deliver the benefits of TriQuint's technology to customers throughout the region


TriQuint Semiconductor has appointed L&K Tech Inc. as its new distributor in Korea for its entire RF product portfolio.

"We see Korea as a significant market for growth so it is imperative for us to select a partner with a successful track record," says S.J. Kim, TriQuint Korea Country Manager.

"L&K has an excellent reputation for working closely with its partners and customers to quickly resolve problems and meet customers' unique needs. We believe L&K's strong sales and support team will lead to significantly increased revenues and market share for both TriQuint and L&K," he continues.

"We are delighted to represent TriQuint in Korea. TriQuint is recognised as a leader in providing advanced, high-performance RF products. Its innovative solutions boost performance and extend reach while reducing size and bill of materials. We look forward to partnering closely with TriQuint to deliver the benefits of its technology to customers throughout our region," adds Young-Ik Hwang, CEO of L&K Tech, Inc."

L&K, located in Seoul, Korea, delivers innovative and the latest technology products, engineering services and customised technical solutions based on their talented application design team.

With this new partnership, TriQuint's customers in Korea now have an expanded channel to access the industry's broadest RF product lines.



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