3/10/2006 - Chipworks, the industry leader in reverse engineering and analysis of semiconductor chips and systems, announced an increase in their Taiwan workforce and even closer alignment to their customers' business needs.
"The ongoing dialogue we have with our customers reflects the value that they put in their relationship with Chipworks and the services we provide," says Wendy Burgess, vice president, technical intelligence at Chipworks. "We meet regularly with our Taiwanese customers; we know first hand about the competitive pressures they face in this market, and how they put our competitive intelligence services to work."
"As a result, Chipworks has closely aligned our plans to more effectively serve their needs, including adding to our headcount in the region," adds Burgess. "Chipworks gets inside the technology and devices our customers are interested in. They tell us they've used our information to build their competitive advantages, accelerate their cycles and strengthen their future designs."
Chipworks has a strong customer base in the Taiwan semiconductor industry.
"The current recruitment initiative reflects the growing customer demand for Chipworks' technical and patent intelligence services in Taiwan," adds Steven Adam, vice president, patent intelligence at Chipworks. "As defensive and offensive patent strategies continue to evolve in Taiwan, Chipworks is here to support customers as they assert their patents or protect their revenues against licensing aggressors."
Chipworks is an internationally recognized technical services company that analyzes the circuitry and physical composition of semiconductors and electronic systems. Our services include a wide range of applications in patent licensing support and competitive study. For over 13 years, Chipworks has successfully helped semiconductor and electronics organizations achieve their goals by supporting research and development efforts in strategic product development and patent portfolio management. Headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, the Company has offices around the world.
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