IHSE Opens New Regional Office in South Korea

Leading KVM manufacturer IHSE is continuing its global expansion plan with the opening of a new sales office in South Korea. The office will provide improved service and support to Korean customers and strengthen the IHSE brand in the APAC region.

IHSE says it has continued to operate and innovate throughout the course of the Covid pandemic, preparing for the future ahead despite these difficult times.

The Korea office is another location within the IHSE ASIA group, founded in 2013 with headquarters in Singapore and sales activities in the Asia-Pacific region, including Australia. South Korea is one of the most important Asian markets for advanced technologies. Key markets include broadcast, state institutions such as control centers for emergency response and disaster control operations and public venues including entertainment and esports arenas. The local sales office is intended to help increase awareness of the IHSE brand and to serve South Korean customers directly through local sales and technical support presence.

Proximity to customers has always been core to IHSE’s philosophy. Specific project requirements can only be understood through personal interchange. Close dialogue with customers enables new innovative solutions to be identified, developed and existing products to be improved.

The new sales office is headed by Jerry Hwang, Korean Sales Manager for IHSE Asia. He has many years of experience in the IT and KVM industries and is ideally suited to support South Korean IHSE customers with his expertise in project planning, technical support and demonstrations.

“Highly-available and secure computer access is very important in the South Korean market,” said Jerry Hwang. “The new IHSE sales office is a crucial step in taking the agility and security concepts of Korean TV stations, event facilities and critical control centers to new levels with our KVM solutions.”

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