Optoma reports 'significant' growth

Digital projector manufacturer says it is expereincing a massive increase in demand from Middle East clients.
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Digital projector specialist Optoma has confirmed significant first-half growth in the Middle East compared to the previous corresponding period in 2006.

The company, which specialises in digital projectors based on DLP (digital light processing) technology developed by Texas Instruments, reported volume shipments grew by 150% in the first half of 2007 compared to last year.

Adam Dent, Optoma Middle East sales manager claimed the growth reflected the company's strategy to emulate its success in the US and Western Europe, two markets in which Optoma has established itself among the top five suppliers of commercial digital projectors.

"Our main objective is to position Optoma as the brand of choice for professional, home and government clients across the region," he said.

"This is not just a matter of delivering the best products at the most attractive prices but also ensuring that clients [are provided with after-sales support]."

Optoma will showcase its entire range of digital projectors at next month's Gitex trade show in Dubai.

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