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  • [The Guru = Reporter Oh So-Young] Domestic remote solution specialist company Rsupport and design house company CoAsia Semi have partnered with Vietnamese IT service company 'CMC.' They aim for digital transformation in collaboration with CMC, which has been recognized for its competitiveness in Korea through transactions with major domestic companies such as Samsung and SK.

    According to CMC on the 10th, the company signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Rsupport and CoAsia Semi respectively at the 'CMC Korea' launch event held at the Sofitel Ambassador Hotel in Jamsil-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul on the 8th. They plan to provide customized IT services and seek joint business opportunities.

    Founded in November 2001, Rsupport specializes in supplying remote control and support software (SW). They have gained market acclaim with cloud-based online video consultation and sales solution 'RemoteVS' and remote access and control service 'RemoteView.' They have established bases in Japan and China and export more than 60% of their total products.

    CoAsia Semi is a DSP company established in July 2019 by CoAsia to start a system semiconductor business. DSP acts as a bridge between fabless companies that design semiconductors and foundries that produce them. They provide services to create semiconductor manufacturing processes based on designs made by fabless companies.

    CoAsia Semi has gradually expanded its business after being selected as an official Design Solution Partner (DSP) of the 'SAFE (Samsung Advanced Foundry Ecosystem)' program by Samsung Electronics Foundry. Headquartered in Hong Kong, it has expanded into Korea, the United States, China, Japan, Taiwan, Germany, and Vietnam.

    CMC aims to expand its business in Korea based on this partnership. They seek business opportunities by providing suitable IT services in various sectors, including semiconductors, manufacturing, finance, telecommunications, and retail.

    CMC collaborates with leading Korean companies such as Samsung, SK, LG, KT, Hanwha, and KB Kookmin Bank. In 2019, they transferred 29.89% of their shares to Samsung SDS for approximately 54.5 billion KRW, thereby starting their business in earnest. By establishing a Korean corporation and expanding partnerships, they aim to increase the proportion of their Korean business to 25-30%.



    Link: 알서포트·코아시아세미, '삼성SDS 대주주' 베트남 CMC와 MOU (theguru.co.kr)

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