Cisco establishes design and development centre in Denmark  

Cisco Systems is establishing a centre for design and development of network entertainment products in Hørsholm north of Copenhagen
Cisco Systems, the worldwide leader in networking for the internet, is expanding its business activities in its Linksys division in Hørsholm, Denmark, the former Kiss Technology, which Cisco acquired for DKK 374m (USD 74.8m) in 2005. The US giant will make its Danish Linksys division a centre for design and development of network entertainment products, writes financial daily newspaper Børsen.
Since Linksys took over Kiss Technology, the division has concentrated on creating a technological platform which will make it easier to quickly develop new products. Tomas Sørensen, sales director of Linksys in Denmark said to Børsen: "We have put a lot of effort into this for two and a half years. Now we have a technological base, so we can expand our products without needing to reinvent the wheel each time."
Linksys is currently preparing the premises for the new design centre located in Hørsholm north of Copenhagen. It is scheduled to open 1 April. The division is also taking on more people and is currently looking for developers and designers from Denmark and abroad to join the company.
Linksys is the recognized global leader in VoIP, Wireless and Ethernet networking for home, SOHO (Small Office, Home Office) and small business users.
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