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According to Agilent, ITRI is a research pioneer in Taiwan's communications industry.
ITRI said Alvarion's OPEN WiMAX solution was found, after market research and technology evaluation, to be a mature, stable and advanced solution and confirmed Alvarion had used its WiMAX knowledge to support ITRI's R&D efforts.
While Taiwanese factories in China have been moving their production lines back to Taiwan or to Southeast Asia, it will take 10 years at the current pace to fully relocate their manufacturing lines for exports to the U.S., according to the ITRI.
ITRI's data show the global production value of high-level medical imaging devices being about US$32 billion, accounting for some 23% of the overall medical-device production.
ITRI is at the forefront of advancing such technology, by providing government oversight for the integration and cooperation between Taiwan's tech industries, and upcoming talent being developed at leading research institutes throughout the country.
Pan, section chief of Material and Chemical Research Laboratories (MCL) under ITRI, said the STOBA zone is the first-ever overseas promotional activity for "STOBA inside" products, with the exhibits including mobile power for cellphones, 3D glasses, iPads, game consoles etc., as well as UPS and battery packs for electric bicycles and electric scooters.
ITRI, Taiwan's largest applied research institute, won for the third time, a record for an Asian government institution, the Central News Agency reported.
Zhao, a manager at Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), this has allowed the Korean PCB industry to pose a threat to PCB suppliers in Taiwan and Japan.
The Industrial Technology Research Institute of Taiwan (ITRI) took home a big award in New York on Thursday, among IBM, 3M, and other international tech giants, for its smart road safety alert system which is believed to significantly help save lives of drivers and pedestrians.