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Lesser-known companies thrive with bigger players at IIC-China

Posted: 08 Mar 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:semicon? display connector? HDMI connector? HDMI? cable?

The 12th International IC China Conference and Exhibition (IIC-China) features the top 15 companies in the semiconductor industry. But spread throughout the more than 900 booths are smaller, lesser-known companies vying for a piece of the action.

Here are two connector manufacturers from China and South Korea, sharing their expectations and reasons for joining IIC-China.

JieXunTai International Inc. specializes in the development and production of electric wires, cables and connectors. Key products include PC peripheral connectors and HDMI connectors, designed to deliver higher performance.

According to Tong Pei-An, sales director of JieXunTai, this is the first time they joined IIC-China. The company plans to promote their products by taking advantage of the event's high attendance, and by talking to event visitors face-to-face. JieXunTai will also be participating at the China Sourcing Fair in Hong Kong this April.

Another first-time IIC-China participant is UJU Electronics, a South Korean manufacturer of display connectors. The company now has manufacturing facilities in Qingdao and an office in Shenzhen, China.

UJU Electronics disclosed that Samsung and LG Electronics are some of its long-term customers.

According to Tong Xing-Wei, UJU Electronics' sales manager, they joined IIC-China because industry giants such as Texas Instruments and Infineon are also at the event. He explained that these big manufacturers will also be on the look-out for accessories such as connectors.

- Albert Liu
EE Times-China




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