NDS has announced that the company is increasing its presence in Korea with the opening of a new, expanded sales, support and R&D operation in Seoul.
Commenting in Seoul, Sue Taylor, VP and general manager of NDS Asia Pacific, said in a prepared statement: “NDS has had sales, support and research and development facilities in Seoul for over six years. The Seoul operation has now grown to more than 120 employees. NDS Korea is pivotal in our ability to roll out state-of-the-art technologies, such as advanced conditional access and middleware solutions, set-top box (STB) integration and mobile solutions, to some of the world’s largest broadcasters. The opening of the new NDS Seoul office is in recognition that Korea is a key player in the deployment of digital pay-TV.”
In Korea, NDS end-to-end systems are working across cable, satellite DTH and IPTV platforms. NDS solutions protect and enable SkyLife, KT MegaTV and BSI, KDMC, GSGB and CJ CableNet cable TV operations. These customers account for close to 70% of the Korean pay-TV market.