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Computer Simulation Technology AG (CST) Announces Incorporation of Subsidiary in Bengaluru, India

The founding of Computer Simulation Technology India Private Limited is a major milestone in CST’s operations in India. CST software products have been available in India for over a decade through official distributors Step Electronics Pvt. Ltd. and Jyoti Electronics. Employees in the newly established company will continue to work together with distributors for the sale and support of CST software products.

 “With the founding of CST India, we can continue to develop our customer-focused services, providing users in the region with personalized, hands-on support,” said Marko Walter, Sales Director, India & South East Asia, CST AG.

 The incorporation marks the commitment from CST to address the ongoing demand for electromagnetic simulation software in the thriving Indian market.

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 “CST has been available in the Indian market for quite some time, but with the incorporation of our office in Bengaluru, we hope to further help designers, engineers and researchers across India get the electromagnetic simulation tools they need,” Dr. Martin Timm, Marketing Director,  CST AG.

 CST India will organize training sessions and workshops, while also attending conferences throughout the region.

Further information about CST is available on the web at http://www.cst.com.

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