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Pyreos Expands Asia Sales and Business Development Support

Published: Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Last Updated: Wednesday, November 27, 2013
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Expands global footprint with the addition of two key employees to drive the demand for its low power gesture device for mobile application.

Pyreos announces the further expansion of its global business development and customers support organization, with key appointments in regional sales, business development, further expansion of its channel partners worldwide and new office locations in Asia. 

Jeff Gray Vice President of Sales and Marketing says; “To support our continued growth and customer support, we are investing in two new office locations in Japan and China, where we will locate our first Asia based employees. This is a major milestone for Pyreos and we are very pleased to welcome Japan based Niall Keegan, Regional Business Development Consultant, Niall has more than 25 years Japanese business development experience and Ken Lo, Regional Director of Sales and Marketing responsible for China, Taiwan and SEA, Ken has more than 15 year experience in business development and channel management. Fundamentally these appointments come on the back of our recent expansion in distribution and channel partnerships and having found the right calibre of people to drive the business development, with clear focus on gesture sensing. Personally I am very pleased to welcome both Ken and Niall to the team and look forward to our continued success.” 

Pyreos delivers a mobile gesture platform solution with power performance second to none and will at last allow real functional gesture sensing applications in a mobile platform with “always On” gesture functionality, this reflects our continued focus to deliver what we believe to be the key feature component needs in the mobile platform space, power consumption, size, price, performance distance simply real usability. 

Carsten Giebeler, CTO & Co-Founder of Pyreos comments: “I would also like to welcome the new additions to our global team to support and drive the phenomenal interest in our technology. This is driven mainly by our ability to deliver a mobile gesture solution that offers superior performance with technology leading power consumption to support our many customers who continue to see no benefits in LED based gesture solution that continually delivers high power consumption when in use and therefore can only be enabled for smaller and somewhat trivial tasks.”

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