Du-sung Technology co., ltd.

Daejeon, 
Korea (South)
http://www.du-sung.com
  • Booth: A644

Du-sung Technology co.,ltd is a public held business founded in 1994 as a supplying Burn-In equipment and burn-in board for semiconductor industry. We are headquartered in Daejeon city, Korea, with experienced personnel located throughout the Korea to service out customers. Our point value and belief are as below. - Best product - Team work - Best customer service - Best effort - Discovery of self - Honest We have been a representative for Micro Control Company(www.microcontrol.com) in Korea for long time and saled/installed a lot of Micro control’s burn-in system, so we could have extended the market share to 90% in Korea. - ABES-V logic & Memory burn-in system - LC-1 logic & Memory burn-in system - LC-2 logic & Memory burn-in system - HPB-5A, 5B High power burn-in system - HTRB & HTGB burn in system - Power Cycle system - Burn-in boards - Burn-in service Moreover We have manufactured several types burn-in board to meet to Micro Control Systems and other style systems.

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