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S2C Expands with New Beijing Office

S2C Expands with New Beijing Office Oct 18, 2006

San Jose — October 18, 2006—S2C Inc., a provider of advanced ESL and SoC prototyping solutions, announced today that it has opened an satellite office in Beijing. After two years of steady growth in Shanghai, S2C is commencing operations in Beijing to enhance sales and support Servicess throughout the region.


"We've been experiencing robust demand in the Beijing area for our recently released TAI Logic Module series of prototyping platforms," says Toshio Nakama, CEO. "Our new office enables us to provide quality support to our growing client base in the region, and serves as the starting point for the next step in our expansion plans."

The office is conveniently located in Zhongguancun Park, Beijing's technology hub, within the Haidian District.


About S2C Based in San Jose, California and Shanghai, China, S2C Inc. develops and produces advanced electronic system level (ESL) and system-on-chip (SoC) prototyping solutions that accelerate and simplify the integration of embedded systems into chips.


For more information,contact: Allen Tan S2C Corporate Marketing Manager (408) 213-8818 allent@s2cinc.com

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