Toradex has opened its office in Tokyo, Japan.
This move reiterates the company’s commitment to the Asia-Pacific region. Toradex’s APAC offices span Japan, China, Vietnam and India.
“With years of experience in serving the Japanese market, we’re privileged to be in the position today where we can continue to build on our growing customer base in Japan. The market continues to develop rapidly and is a strategic focus for Toradex. We see many possibilities where Toradex’s offerings can further support companies in the region,” said Samuel Imgrueth, Global CEO of Toradex. “Our Tokyo office will significantly enhance our capabilities and allow Toradex to serve even more customers in Japan and globally,” he added.
“Our local distributors have been and continue to be key contributors to Toradex’s growth in the region. Their support has been invaluable especially during the ongoing semiconductor shortage. Thanks to their extensive knowledge of the local industry and business know-how, they have ensured clear communication between all parties involved at all times. Together, we aim to keep improving the partnership with local companies as we keep growing in the region” said Alvaro Garcia, General Manager, Toradex Japan.
Toradex Japan is in the process of recruiting local talent to ramp up its existing team. This will further enable the company to enhance its sales process and technical support for new and existing customers in the region.
Founded in 2003, Toradex is headquartered in Lucerne, Switzerland. The company specializes in embedded hardware and software, offering Arm®-based System on Modules (SoMs), customized Single Board Computers (SBCs), Torizon, an industrial-grade software platform aimed at simplifying the development and operation of Linux IoT devices, and more.
Toradex has partnered with key distributors in Japan over the years to enable the widespread availability of its products.
Alvaro will continue to oversee the Toradex office in Japan and lead sales, customer support, and partner/distributor development in the region.