11.21.2007 12:00 AM
QuStream Opens Engineering Design and Tech Support Office in Beijing
QuStream Corporation has announced the opening of an engineering design and technical support office in Beijing, China. The new facility employs six engineers and reports to Steve Miller, Vice President of Product Development. Daily management will be provided by Karlton Burn, QuStream's Vice President of Global Sales & Marketing, based in Hong Kong.

"These new premises have been opened in line with QuStream's strategic decision to expand its corporate presence in international markets," Karlton Burn comments. "The Beijing office will provide software development resources for QuStream's global design initiatives plus technical support for QuStream customers in the Asia region. This will include feedback from Asian customers that will influence the evolution of existing and future products."


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