Agilent Centralizes Wireless Systems Operations in Singapore, Malaysia

“We’re centralizing WSO in Asia to be closer to our customers in the emerging wireless market,” says Gooi Soon Chai, VP of Agilent’s Asia Test and Measurement organization in Penang. “This is a very important initiative for us — this division is focused on test solutions to support R&D and manufacturing in the wireless applications businesses, and customers here expect very high levels of interaction and technical consulting support from us. By leveraging upon Agilent’s well-established Test and Measurement operation in Penang, and with Singapore rapidly becoming a center for wireless technology development in Asia, we will be able to significantly expand the spectrum, quality, and speed of services to our customers.”

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