CAMBRIDGE, UK - Mar. 3, 2004 – ARM, [(LSE:ARM); (Nasdaq:ARMHY)], the industry’s leading provider of 16/32-bit embedded RISC processor technology, today announced the expansion of the ARM® Approved Training Center (ATC) Program, with the addition of MeriTech, based in Yangjae-dong, Seoul, Korea. Today’s opening ceremony was attended by more than 50 people, including Sam Kim, president of ARM Korea, and Jang Byung-Kook, president of MeriTech.
Under this agreement, MeriTech will bring their knowledge and experience of ARM technology to the developer community in Korea.
“There is a strong market need for access to quality customized training, delivered in Korean, for designers of ARM Powered® devices,” said Sam Kim, president, ARM Korea. “The addition of MeriTech to the ARM Approved Training Center Program will enable our Partners in Korea to achieve the level of service and training they need to bring their products to market quickly.”
“We have welcomed this opportunity to join the growing community of ARM training Partners,” said Jang Byung-Kook, president of MeriTech. “As more of our customers use ARM technology in their designs, the support we receive from ARM will enable us to meet their training requirements.”
The ARM Approved Training Center Program now includes nine companies worldwide and has facilitated significant net growth in ARM training activity. Each member company brings different skills and expertise to the Program, which increases the variety of ARM training available to all developers.About the ARM Approved Training Center Program
ARM ATC Partners must go through a strict qualification process. This includes an assessment of their success in the marketplace, intensive training for their teaching staff, and a facilities audit. All Partners are continuously monitored to ensure that the quality of training remains high.
Current ARM Approved Training Centers include Microconsult GmbH in Munich, Germany; Phoenix Technologies in Tel Aviv, Israel; Finesse IT Partners in Taiwan; Infocomm Solutions in Singapore, Yokogawa Digital Computer in Japan; ANDOR System Support in Japan; Multi Video Designs in Toulouse, France; Doulos GmbH in Hanover, Germany; Watertek Information Technology, China; and MeriTech, Korea.About ARM
ARM and ARM Powered are registered trademark of ARM Limited. All other brands or product names are the property of their respective holders. “ARM” is used to represent ARM Holdings plc (LSE: ARM and Nasdaq: ARMHY); its operating company ARM Limited; and the regional subsidiaries ARM INC.; ARM KK; ARM Korea Ltd.; ARM Taiwan; ARM France SAS; ARM Consulting (Shanghai) Co. Ltd.; and ARM Belgium N.V.