Broadband Briefs for June 30, 2010
• Latens expand R&D center in India
By Mike Robuck
Conditional access and middleware vendor Latens has expanded its research and development center in Hyderabad, India, to better serve its customers in the Asia region, as well as to expand its global presence and product development capabilities.
"Since opening the R&D Center in Hyderabad in early 2009, Latens has continued to expand the offices and workforce, building on our successful existing team," said Mark Crum, Latens' head of India operations. "The R&D Center has been instrumental in designing and developing unique CAS and middleware software-only solutions for leading global pay-TV operators."
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