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APTX Moves to New Headquarters
Belfast - May 10, 2010 - On May 10, 2010, APTX moved to new headquarters in the Legacy Building of the Northern Ireland Science Park. The Northern Ireland Science Park is a recognized center for commercial and research-driven knowledge-based industries.
Noel McKenna, CEO of APTX said, "Our move to the Legacy Building in the Northern Ireland Science Park comes at a very exciting time for APTX; apt-X audio coding technology is now the audio codec of choice for major Consumer Electronics brands including Microsoft, Creative Labs, Sennheiser, Armour Home and Jaybird to name just a few. We anticipate major growth in the next 12-18 months and the move to our new headquarters in the Northern Ireland Science Park will help facilitate this."
The company's contact info has changed:
Phone:+44 2890 463 140
Fax: +44 2890 463 141
Unit 2 (Ground Floor South), The Legacy Building; Northern Ireland Science Park
Queen's Road; Queen's Island Belfast
United Kingdom BT3 9DT
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