CADEKA expands its operations to China
That’s why the Loveland company recently expanded into China, opening a new sales office in Wuxi, a city near Shanghai.
Formed in 2003, the Loveland semiconductor manufacturer is selling amplifiers for use in security camera systems required by law in apartment buildings. The company’s technology transfers video signal from security cameras to places where they are monitored.
“The size of that market is just exploding,” CADEKA CEO Gary Ross said. “That activity is also taking place in other places within China. So it’s a big market for us.”
The technology is valuable because it can be installed in security video camera systems using existing wiring in a building. That means building owners can avoid the cost of rewiring their buildings.
CADEKA also uses its technology to improve video signals by reducing unnecessary noise and sharpening pictures.
In addition to security cameras, the company plans to introduce its technology into other video signals worldwide. Its work includes everything from improving
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