INCHEON, KOREA - The second passenger terminal for Incheon International Airport will be completed by 2017, two years later than originally planned. The Ministry of Land, Transportation, and Maritime Affairs announced on December 27 a revised plan to expand Incheon International Airport.
SEOUL, KOREA - In 2003, SK Telecom established a team exclusively for win-win growth for the first time in the domestic communication industry. This team has been making strenuous efforts to build systematic and concrete win-win partnerships.
Since it was founded in 1991, SK C&C has contributed to enhancing national competitiveness and advancing Korea’s information technology by providing total IT services ranging from providing IT consulting to building and maintaining systems fo
There is an aesthetic particular to Korea: the most interesting places are to be found nestled on the side of a mountain. In traditional Korea, Confucian academies, Buddhist temples, and beautiful hidden gardens are subtly positioned in unassuming places in the slopes of hills.
Data on Demand Korea is a company that doesn't want to sell you anything. Instead, they'd like you to rent it. Software, that is. The company is bringing the concept of Software as a Service (SaaS) to the Korean market. It is also doing data integration, putting together all the disjointed information archives that a company develops over time.
Fiber optics and electic power lines are common sights in our modern world, and in fact they are almost indistinguishable. But they don't usually interact with each other - after all light is light and electricity is electricity, and how can they affect each other? We
“Two heads are better than one” is an axiom that can also apply to business circles. This time, the story is about the telecommunications industry. As if to prove its meaning, two Korean telecommunications firms have been merged into a new telecommunications giant. Literally, two heads are now determined to prove that they will be better than one when they used to function separately.
"Quality always pays off. The most important thing to maintain and upgrade quality is to create environments for workers to do their best," said Song Bo-soon, CEO and President of Seoul Commtech. President Song runs the number one market shareholder in such fields as Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) and the home networks business. In an interview with the Korea IT Times, he unveiled his plans to enter the US home network market for the first time. It will be the first company of its kind to ever knock on the door of the US market.
The early bird catches the worm, as the saying goes. When it comes to LEDs, ST Wide is trying to be that bird. ST Wide (www.stwide.co.kr) are an LED module manufacturing venture company. They have been enjoying high growth by producing competitive products through active research and development projects. The recent surge in ST Wide's sales is mainly attributable to the diligence and endless efforts made by executives and workers in the company.
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