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TV One opens R&D centre

26 November 2012
TV One opens R&D centre

TV One, a designer and manufacturer of video and multimedia processing equipment, has put the finishing touches on a new R&D and training centre in Maidenhead, UK. Located 25 minutes from London by train and 25 minutes from Heathrow Airport by taxi, the new facility includes a training room for 16 people and a conference room. Up to 45 staff will be employed at the Maidenhead site; the vast majority will be new recruits, mainly R&D engineers. "This investment represents our commitment to growing our business and I am excited by the great opportunity the Maidenhead office offers,” said Steven Mattingly, TV One’s managing director (pictured). “Maidenhead is a town with excellent air, road and rail access. This along with a thriving town centre of shops, cafes and restaurants made the decision to locate here a no brainer.” The Mayor of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, Councillor Colin Rayner (pictured), officially opened the new facility on Wednesday 21 November. "We have had tremendous success over the last 28 years and we continue to see potential for more global growth," noted Mattingly. "The Maidenhead site allows us to build the market, promote the TV One brand and provide the high level training required for TV One’s professional AV and broadcast products.”

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