Toshiba begins operation of new Philippine company

 

Toshiba announced that it has reinforced its business
structure in the Philippines with the start of full-scale business operations
by Toshiba (Philippines), a newly established sales and marketing company.

 

Strong consumer confidence and spending has fueled a
steady expansion of the Philippine economy in recent years, and is now
providing a boost for the consumer electronics market, including LCD TVs,
notebook PCs and value-added home appliances. Forecasts for 2011 promise market
growth of 100 percent for LCD TVs, 24 percent for notebook PCs and 8 percent for
refrigerators.

 

Toshiba has long separately promoted its digital consumer product and home
appliance businesses in the Philippines, with products in each category brought
to market through local sales representatives and distributors.

 

By establishing Toshiba (Philippines), as a unified sales
and marketing company providing nationwide market coverage, Toshiba has put in
place a dedicated, Philippine-centric business structure that will promote the
development and delivery of products customized to meet the needs of customers
in the Philippines.

 

Moving forward, Toshiba will further refine its
organization in the Philippines by consolidating customer support and service
for all consumer products, a move that is expected to raise customer
satisfaction.

 

By establishing a new sales and marketing company in the
Philippines, Toshiba Group will open the way to reinforcing and expanding a
comprehensive range of businesses in the country.

 

Toshiba Corp recently announced
the TGI1314-25L, a gallium nitride (GaN) semiconductor High Electron Mobility
Transistor (HEMT), the latest addition to its power amplifier product family.

 

The TGI1314-25L, Toshiba’s new GaN HEMT for Ku-band
satellite communication application, operates in the 13.75GHz(1) to 14.5GHz
range with output power of 25W.  The device features output power of
44.0dBm (typ.) with 39dBm input power, linear gain of 8.0dB (typ.) and drain
current of 2.5 Amps (typ.). The new product is targeted to Satcom applications
including very small aperture terminals (VSAT).

 

By Telecomlead.com Team
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