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data repository for each of their products and services. Outputs from this repository provide benchmarking information for over 130 unique product categories. Companies utilise these industry metrics to calibrate their competitiveness and drive improvement within their organisation.


Koffman joined JDSU’s Communications Test senior management team earlier this year. He oversees the creation and optimisation of all business processes and the measurement systems that drive continuous improvement and customer satisfaction.


“Given Ken’s expertise with TL 9000, he is ideally suited to help us meet our goals of advancing the reliability and performance of telecommunications products and services around the world,” said Don Pickens, chief operating officer, QuEST Forum.


New executive vice president for Samsung Electronics


David Eun is to enhance Samsung’s global media and content efforts


Samsung Electronics, an innovator in consumer electronics and telecommunications, has appointed David Eun as Executive Vice President.


Eun joins Samsung after an accomplished career in media and content. He was most recently President of AOL Media and Studios, where he oversaw AOL›s efforts to become a leading provider of premium content, spanning over 100 different websites and production studios in New York and Los Angeles.


Before that, he formed a global Content Partnerships group at Google with oversight for media strategy, partnerships and strategic alliances spanning over 30 different Google products including Google Books, Maps and YouTube. He also has a deep knowledge of


traditional media businesses from working at Time Warner and NBC.


He will play a key role in developing a global media strategy and driving new business opportunities to take advantage of Samsung’s growing number of digital televisions and displays, mobile phones, tablets and other connected devices.


“Samsung Electronics has an unparalleled footprint across multiple devices and platforms that provides a unique experience to consumers around the world. The competition for prominence in the living room has already begun, and Samsung Electronics is ideally situated to extend beyond that to connect the entire home and the lives of consumers,” stated Eun. “I’m looking forward to joining the impressive leadership already in place and to building a new presence in media for Samsung Electronics.”


Eun received a J.D. from Harvard Law School, where he was a Teaching Fellow for the Harvard Negotiation Project, and an A.B., magna cum laude in Government, from Harvard College. He was selected “Digital Power Player of the Year” by the Hollywood Reporter in 2010, is an Advisory Board Member for the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and sits on the Board of the Television Academy of the Arts and Sciences Foundation.


Avago added to NASDAQ-100 index


The provider of a broad range of analogue semiconductor solutions with a focus on III-V compound semiconductor based products has been upgraded


The addition of Avago Technologies Limited to the NASDAQ-100 Index by the Nasdaq Stock Market, will become effective with the market open on Monday, December 19, 2011.


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