Broadcom opens European development centre in Copenhagen  

California based Broadcom Corporation has chosen Copenhagen as the location for its first European development centre for wireless communication

California based Broadcom Corporation, one of the world's leading providers of semiconductors for broadband connections, has chosen Copenhagen as the location for its first European development centre for wireless communication. The centre will develop handsets for 2G, 3G and Bluetooth technology as well as mobile multimedia technology.


Broadcom writes in a press release that it has chosen Copenhagen based on its close proximity to several of the world's leading cellular equipment manufacturers, and also because the region provides a wealth of engineering talents. "The opening of this design centre expands our engineering capabilities to support our growing mobile and wireless business in Europe," said Robert A. Rango, Group Vice President for Broadcom's Mobile & Wireless Group.


Invest in Denmark in the US has assisted Broadcom Corporation with the establishment in Copenhagen. Allan Haugsted at Invest in Denmark's San Francisco office says: "There is a perfect match between relevant and available talent in the region, supported by a high degree of cost efficiency and geographical vicinity to mobile and wireless market opportunities in Northern Europe".


Helle Meinertz, Director of Invest in Denmark in New York, says the organisation currently is in contact with a number of US companies which are looking at Denmark as a possible location to place investments. The news is reported by financial daily newspaper Børsen and in a press release from Broadcom Corporation.


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