Tuxera opens office in Korea


Tuxera, a provider of interoperable file
systems for Android, Linux, Mac and other platforms, has opened its fourth
office in Seoul, Korea, as part of the company’s global expansion.


Tuxera’s other offices are located in
Finland (HQ), United States and Taiwan.


Tuxera is targeting Korean market because
many of the established worldwide technology leaders have their headquarters in


“We have been serving an increasing
number of Korean customers over the past years and saw it natural to expand
with a local office as the projects are growing larger. We will continue to
provide and improve the highest level of file system service in Korea and
across Asia,” said Mikko Valimaki, Tuxera CEO.


Tuxera’s interoperable file system
solutions, including Tuxera NTFS and Tuxera exFAT, are shipping
in the leading mobile, set-top box, TV, storage, router and automotive devices
mostly running Linux or Android.


Tuxera NTFS is being used to support PVR
functionality in set-top boxes and TVs as well as external storage in NAS and
routers. Tuxera exFAT provides full SDXC memory card support for mobile devices
and automotive infotainment systems with SD card interface.


“The demand for proven, high
performance file system products is growing fast in all consumer electronics
market segments. As file systems are becoming more complex, the technology
leaders are trusting Tuxera to deliver the best standards-compliant components
and tools so they can focus on the final product and consumer experience,” said
Szabolcs Szakacsits, Tuxera President and CTO.


Recently, Tuxera
announced that MStar Semiconductor, a provider of Set-Top Box chipsets, has
selected Tuxera’s interoperable file systems for its System-on-a-Chip (SoC)


By Telecomlead.com Team
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