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Kionix Launches Localized Websites for Japan, Korea, China, and Taiwan


Ithaca, New York, United States (Business Wire (Business Wire India))

Kionix, Inc., a top-tier supplier of MEMS inertial sensors and software solutions, has published four localized versions of its website to better support its Asian customers by providing comprehensive and fully translated information about Kionix products and support offerings.

“Japan, Korea, China and Taiwan are core markets for Kionix. It is vital for us to provide our customers with up to date information in their own language, and to tailor that information to the specific needs of each market,” said Kenneth Salky, executive vice president of sales and marketing at Kionix.

The localized sites are complete, in-depth translations of the English language site and include full product information as well as application and developer support for the company’s accelerometer, gyroscope and combination sensor product lines. This includes translations of the site’s Solution Selector utility, Parametric Parts Search utility, FAQ’s, Downloads and more.

About Kionix

Kionix, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of ROHM Co., Ltd., is a top-tier manufacturer of MEMS inertial sensors based in Ithaca, NY, USA. Kionix has regional offices in Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Taiwan, Singapore, Silicon Valley, CA and Chicago, IL. Leading companies in consumer, automotive, health and fitness and industrial markets use Kionix sensors and total system solutions to enable motion-based functionality in their products.

Kionix is a registered trademark of Kionix, Inc.




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