LTE chipset provider Altair Semiconductor has opened a research and development (R&D) center in Taiwan to support its technical advancement in the major Asian growth center, the company said.
“The opening of a R&D facility in Taiwan represents our commitment to expanding our global footprint and our desire to bring next-generation LTE solutions to today´s market,” said Eran Eshed, VP of Marketing and Business Development at Altair Semiconductor.
Headquartered in Israel, Altair Semiconductor has six worldwide offices, including four in Asia: China, Taiwan, Japan, and India. R&D teams, spread throughout the company´s corporate network, work to develop next-generation LTE chipsets for the IoT/M2M and broadband markets.
Altair Semiconductor provides single-mode LTE chipsets. Its portfolio covers the spectrum of cellular 4G market needs, from supercharged video-centric applications all the way to ultra-low power, low cost IoT and M2M. Altair has shipped millions of LTE chipsets to date, commercially deployed on the world´s most advanced LTE networks.