Korean firms flex muscle

Korean IT firms will be out in force at this year’s GITEX show, with 11 firms from Seoul exhibiting their advanced and innovative IT and ICT products at the Korea Seoul Pavilion.

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By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 18, 2009

Korean IT firms will be out in force at this year’s GITEX show, with 11 firms from Seoul exhibiting their advanced and innovative IT and ICT products at the Korea Seoul Pavilion.

The companies will be supported by the Seoul Metropolitan Government and the Seoul Business Agency, and will be demonstrating state-of-the-art IT products which have formed the basis for the Korean IT industry.

“This will be an excellent chance for customers to find the right products with cutting-edge technology and to have the new business opportunities they are seeking,” a spokeswoman for the organisation says.

One of the eleven firms, Digent is a leading biometrics company specialising in fingerprint authentication to enhance information security and physical access control.

With its high performance in authentication rate and speed which is based on its own fingerprint algorithm and optical image sensor.

Another of the Korea-based companies exhibiting this year is C-motech, a firm that manufactures products based on 3G mobile technology. With its WCDMA and CDMA wireless USB modems it will be hoping to capitalise on the region’s interest in mobile broadband.

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