Microdisplay maker Syndiant expands with Hong Kong office

Dec. 15, 2010
Dallas, TX--Syndiant is expanding its global reach to include offices in the Hong Kong Science and Technology Park.

Dallas, TX--Syndiant, a manufacturer of high-resolution microdisplays for picoprojectors, is expanding its global reach to include offices in the Hong Kong Science and Technology Park.

"Syndiant's expansion into the Hong Kong and South China region reflects the explosive growth of our business. This region exhibits a dynamic business environment and a 'can do' attitude that meshes well with Syndiant's culture. The Hong Kong Science and Technology Park is a world-class location for our company, and we believe it will enable many more opportunities for Syndiant," said Mark Harward, CEO of Syndiant. "We are proud that our office will be led by Dr. Dennis Cheng, who is well-respected and very knowledgeable on all aspects of how to deploy our products and technology."

"Our Hong Kong office allows us to work closely on R&D with technology partners and prestigious universities in Hong Kong and South China. Additionally, the office is in close proximity to key customers in Hong Kong and Shenzhen so we can provide them with excellent support," said Cheng.

Syndiant's new office is located at Unit 315A, 3/F, Enterprise Place, No. 5 Science Park West Avenue, Hong Kong Science Park, Shatin, New Territories, Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Science and Technology Park has 20 state-of-the-art buildings on a 22 hectare campus. Since its inception, the Park has become home to more than 300 technology companies.

Syndiant manufactures small, high-resolution light modulating chips used in picoprojectors small enough to embed in a cell phone. Syndiant says its patented VueG8 technology provides a large screen experience in handheld electronics, such as smartphones, notebook computers, portable media players, video game consoles, and cameras. The company is headquartered in Dallas, TX with offices in Taiwan and now, Hong Kong.

SOURCE: Syndiant; www.syndiant.com/pr25.html

Posted by:Gail Overton

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