Advanced Power Components (APC), an original equipment manufacturer of switches sold by brand name t...
Advanced Power Components (APC), an original equipment manufacturer of switches sold by brand name telecoms equipment suppliers to operators of digital subscriber line networks, says its outlook is continuing to improve despite the wait for the US market to kick-start again.
This is further evidence of investment possibilities in the telecoms sector highlighted by a series of articles on IFAonline this week.
APC chairman Rex Thorne says the opportunities in the telecoms sector for small and medium size companies looking at Asian markets is huge.
China is particularly important as it has already become the biggest wireless market in the world.
Thorne says China's fixed line investments are growing fast too, which will benefit companies such as his own.
APC had a tough six months to February this year, racking up pre-tax losses of about half a million pounds.
However, sales into Asia have been growing strongly this year, and the firm is expecting to report significantly improved figures for the next six-month period.
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