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Inter-M Americas Opens U.S. Offices Inter-M Americas has unveiled a newly constructed 10,000-square-foot facility housing sales and administrative offices
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Feb 1, 2003 12:00 PM

Inter-M Americas Opens U.S. Offices

Inter-M Americas has unveiled a newly constructed 10,000-square-foot facility housing sales and administrative offices as well as high-bay warehousing for an initial offering of digital signal-processing products, which will soon be joined by a comprehensive line of CCTV components. Wholly owned by Inter-M of Seoul, Korea, Inter-M Americas will serve as the central hub of all North and South American activities conducted by its parent company. Inter-M is entering its 20th year in continuous operation. Included among the commercial- and professional-audio products listed within the Inter-M catalog are signal processing, mixing, and amplification hardware, as well as a CCTV inventory ranging from high-volume digital video security recorders to a line of accessories.

Minicom Has New World Headquarters

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