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Qpixel Technology opens office in Japan
Ralf Jurrien : February 6th 2007 - 17:15 CET
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NucoretechQpixel Technology opens office in Japan : Qpixel Technology, an innovator in video compression technology and silicon platforms, announced it has opened a new international office to better address the increasing demand for Qpixel’s products in Japan. The Tokyo-based office enables Qpixel to work more closely with its local distributors in the country to offer sales and technical support services to its fast growing base of customers. In addition, Qpixel is pleased to announce that Mr. Yuzo Tsukui has joined the company as Japan Country Manager and will oversee all sales activities in that country. Qpixel Technology is an innovator in video compression technology and silicon platforms.
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Qpixel’s latest addition to the QL200 product family of low power, high quality, Main Profile H.264 encoder/decoder solutions, the QL201B, has sparked a great deal of interest from major Japanese consumer electronics manufacturers of portable audio/video consumer devices and digital home products. Starting with Buffalo as the first Japanese customer to ship a Qpixel H.264-based TV tuner capture and compression device, Qpixel has continued to build customer momentum and engage with various consumer electronics customers in Japan.

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In bringing Mr. Tsukui on board as the Japan Country Manager, Qpixel adds a key industry player with an impressive career in the Japanese semiconductor and electronics market, most recently as the Japan President at M-Systems (acquired by SanDisk in Nov 2006). He has also worked as the APAC Manager for Vitesse Semiconductor, where he successfully set up their Japan office and tripled Vitesse’s Japan revenue in less than 4 years. In addition, during his tenure at AMD Japan, he led numerous sales and business accomplishments at AMD’s key accounts, which earned him several corporate awards and a reputation as one of AMD’s top regional sales managers.

Qpixel Technology opens office in Japan
“We are very pleased to have Tsukui-san join us in building a strong local presence in Japan,” said Leo Petropoulos, vice president of sales, Qpixel Technology. “The opening of our Japan office is a strong indication of our commitment to our Japanese customer base. With several of our key customers in that country, we feel that we are moving in the right direction with our expansion, and we will continue to deliver superior sales and support services to our customers and to the growing prospect base in the region.”

About Qpixel Technology
Qpixel Technology, an innovator in video compression technology and silicon platforms, specializes in digital consumer applications that balance superior video quality with extended hours of portable operation at mass market prices. The first to ship H.264 Main Profile encoder technology in Oct. 2005, Qpixel’s highly integrated, low power family of QL200 codecs offer advanced algorithms and rich features that slash bandwidth and storage requirements in digital audio/video consumer appliances such as digital video camcorders and cameras, IP set-top boxes and remote monitoring devices. Qpixel accelerates OEM time-to-production through its flexible architecture and advanced silicon design methodology that simulates target applications at the system level. This sets Qpixel apart from the competition and allows its OEM and service provider customers to offer new next-generation features and value-added services.

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