InvenSense to expand international presence at Dubai Silicon Oasis
Based in the US, InvenSense is dedicated to bringing MEMS motion processing solutions to market that have best-in-class size, performance and cost. This includes integrated MotionProcessors for consumer electronics applications used in such products as console and portable video gaming devices, handset and tablet devices, digital still and video cameras, digital television and set-top box remote controls, 3D mice and portable navigation devices.
InvenSense sales headquarters at Dubai Silicon Oasis will manage sales and support operations outside the US, including the company's current operations in Taiwan, Japan and South Korea. It will also host a team of software engineers to develop product applications and to provide support to customers.
Ray Milhem, Chief Technology Officers of Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority, said: "The innovative technologies of InvenSense have seen widespread adoption in numerous devices including the latest mobile phones and game consoles. A forerunner in their field, we are delighted that InvenSense has made DSO a location of choice for their international sales headquarters."
"Since its inception, Dubai Silicon Oasis has witnessed a spectrum of industry leaders setting up their regional and international headquarters at the hub. With our portfolio indicating further growth, we are gearing up to attract more companies keen to benefit from the favourable business environment, free zone benefits and technological infrastructure at DSO. Our offering provides a platform for technological innovation and growth, an d we are confident our business partners will grow with us in the future," Ray added.
Dr. Hamid Najafi, General Manager of InvenSense International, said: "Our current international growth complements our establishment in Dubai Silicon Oasis. We will be closer to our customers in Asia as well as Europe in both time zone and distance."
A wholly-owned entity of Dubai Government, Dubai Silicon Oasis operates as a free zone technology park for the semiconductor, microelectronic and other high technology-based companies looking to set up their regional headquarters and R&D.