SHOWEAST, USA—Oct 13, 2008
GDC Technology Teams Up with Strong Technical Services to Expand Service Network in the U.S.
In one of its latest moves to strengthen its position in the fast-expanding U.S. market, GDC Technology (“GDC”) has formed a partnership with Strong Technical Services, a subsidiary of Ballantyne of Ohama, Inc. (AMEX: BTN), to expand its servicing network in the U.S.
Under the agreement, Strong Technical Services will provide installation, maintenance and service support for GDC digital cinema servers and related products. Technical support staff from Strong Technical Services has undergone extensive training by GDC to prepare for this initiative.
Through its world’s second largest installed base of digital cinema servers, GDC has acquired extensive technical knowledge and experience required to train engineers for servicing its products. GDC’s service training program provides engineers hands-on training including everything from site survey and installation to service, troubleshooting and maintenance. GDC also maintains an expanding library of technical documentation that includes detailed manuals, troubleshooting guides and multimedia presentations.
To ensure peace of mind for its customers, GDC servers can be remotely monitored by service centers at Strong Technical Services via Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP). “GDC is a trusted server provider with an enviable reputation in the industry,” said Pat Moore, Vice President of Strong Technical Services. “We are delighted GDC has selected us as a partner for their servicing network in the U.S.”
“GDC is delighted to have gained the support of Strong Technical Services in the expansion of its U.S. servicing network. This is especially significant at a time when GDC is expanding its presence in the U.S. market,” stated
Dr Man-Nang CHONG, founder and CEO of GDC Technology. “With the backing of a company of substantial stature like Ballantyne and Strong Technical Services, our U.S. customers can rest assured that they are always in safe hands.”