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Sunday, 30 September 2007 11:15

Cooler Master interviewed

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New strategies and focus

 

Want to know more about your favorite Case and CPU cooler maker? Recently some of the rising stars at Cooler Masters HQ based in Taiwan were interviewed.

The new team is dedicated to bringing synergy and focus to the global component manufacturers’ strategy. Already new products are being designed with customer feedback being implemented, and the special focus towards gamers and the enthusiast segments is also noted. 

Raymen Wu, Coco Lee, and David Jarlestedt are a team to be reckoned with as they combine their unique skills to augment Cooler Masters dominant run in the thermal component manufacturing market.

The resurgence of the Kode5 gaming revolution with Cooler Master, Gigabyte and Corsair as major backers is sure to put Cooler Master in the good books of prospective gamers at these competitions across 21 countries worldwide. New Egg will host the USA preliminaries and the finals will be held at CES for the USA leg of the tournament. The Global Kode5 finals are to be held at a secret venue which will be disclosed later this year.

Catch the interview here.

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