This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Sollensys for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
Sollensys is a touch screen solutions manufacturing company that has been operating in South Korea and China for a few years now, but has recently entered the western market as a non-operational public company in Nevada changed its name to Sollensys and just acquired the formerly private Korean Sollensys today.
Sollensys‘ customers include Chinese mobile device companies KPT Company and T-Smart and Chinese companies but did you know that their touchscreen product has been around for quite some time and people just do not know it.
The touch screen that you see in smartphones of Apple, Android and all those other tablets are actually from Sollensys. Considering that there are many different kinds of mobile devices out there, they plan to produce touch screens used in almost every major mobile device worldwide.
Just think, even if the smartphone industry is still in its infancy, the potential is already enormous and it will keep growing bigger. They will be an active player when it comes to touch screen components in the long run and they will be here to stay.
An impressive track record that they have done so far if you ask me.
Check out the video below to get an overview of Sollensys and where they stand in the touch screen industry.
You can also visit their official website to find out more details about them. Check it out!
What do you think about Sollensys and how they have helped the smartphone and tablet industry? Do share your thoughts!
It is now only a matter of days, the KES 2011 event is coming soon! KES, short for the Korea Electronics Show showcases research and development suppliers such as universities, research firms and research institutes to market their products.
It is also a chance for consumers and potential clients to get a glimpse of what is new in the tech industry today. Without natural resources or infrastructure, currently the strength in the Korean IT industry lies in its ability to develop technology.
Around 50,000 local visitors are scheduled to attend as well as 2,000 foreign buyers including distributors from India, Russia, Canada, Japan, China and Indonesia.
This event will not only be holding a huge electronics expo, but also various conferences and talks on future government policies regarding IT and various government ministries. Even the Ministry of Defense plans to meet various firms about installing IT systems on ships, while the Ministry for Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries will be looking to find IT solutions on growing cabbage. How’s that?!
It is the show to definitely be at aside from the CES event in the U.S. Korea is well known around the world as a technology juggernaut. The KES is one of the best places to check out what is new in the tech world.
There is the CES in America. But if you dig deeper, the home of technology is really in Korea. Is it? Well, to quench your curiosity, the best opportunity to verify this claim is always to see it with your own eyes. Korea hosts an annual electronics show where one can witness hundreds of new technological products being showcased to the world.
It is through this event where people can get to see new products of tech companies before they hit the market. Companies worldwide and as far as Russia, China and India will participate in the show.
If you are a mere spectator, then this event surely should not be missed. If you want to showcase your product to the world, this event is the one for you. Considering this event is about new technological products from different companies worldwide, your brand will get exposed to a wider and broader audience.
Any product belong to ICT, imaging and solutions, multimedia and home entertainment, living consumer electronics, car electronics and securities, convergence and other applications, modules, parts and materials and many more.
If you have been to CES, then the KES event should even bring you more surprises. Visit the Korea Electronics Show 2011 to find out more details regarding the schedules of activities. See you there!