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Viscom opens applications support centre in Silicon Valley

German company Viscom has opened a new applications centre in San Jose, California to strengthen support for its large customer base in Silicon Valley.

‘San Jose is the capital of the electronics industry, where we can meet all the main players in a small-town atmosphere,’ said Carsten Salewski, Viscom’s President and CEO.

The 7,250 square-foot facility features a large demo room, and a training room to accommodate up to seven students. In addition to Silicon Valley, the base will also serve as a support centre for West USA and Mexico.

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