Ken Truong Named President of FOR-A Corporation of America
Cypress, CA —FOR-A Corporation of America, a leading manufacturer of video and audio systems for the broadcast and professional video industries, has announced that Mr. Ken Truong has been named President of FOR-A Corporation of America, effective August 1st. Truong was previously Chief Technical Officer for FOR-A.
Truong’s career with FOR-A has spanned 18 years, during which he served as Technical Director and then Chief Technical Officer.
“With our overall product integration tighter than ever and FOR-A’s commitment to a comprehensive IP and 12G-SDI infrastructure, this is an excellent time for me to take on this role,” said Truong. “We have a long-held tradition of creating the industry’s most innovative and rock-solid technology. Continuing that tradition in a way that meets our customers current and future needs is my top priority as the new president of FOR-A Corporation of America.”
Truong replaces Mr. Hiro Tanoue who has been promoted from President of FOR-A Americas to General Manager, Planning Division, FOR-A Company Limited. Tanoue will now be based in the company’s Tokyo head office.
Truong will continue to operate out of FOR-A’s west coast office in Cypress, CA. He can be reached at (714) 894-3311 or via email: email@example.com
FOR-A, a worldwide, industry-leading manufacturer, offers a wide range of broadcast and production products with a focus on cutting-edge technologies, including: HD, 4K and IP products. FOR-A continues to offer future-ready, cost effective, advanced technology solutions. Products include: video switchers, routing switchers, multi-viewers, full 4K high-speed cameras, IP encoders/decoders, multi-channel signal processors, 8K/4K/HD test signal generators, color correctors, frame synchronizers, file-based products, character generators, video servers and much more.
For a full range of HD and 4K production and processing solutions, as well as IP-based products, visit our web site at www.for-a.com.
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