Intellian moves to larger quarters

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Intellian moved its U.S. headquarters and warehouse in Irvine, Calif., to a larger location and opened a new office in the Seattle metropolitan area.

The Irvine office and warehouse is four times larger than its previous location, and the new Seattle-area location is home to Intellian's growing marketing department and the director of VSAT sales for the Americas.

"We are very pleased with the tremendous growth Intellian has experienced, both in North America and worldwide," president and CEO Eric Sung said in a statement. "From our new California and Washington locations, we will be able to better support our U.S. customer base."

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