Pioneering Venture Firm JTEL Eyes Chinese, U.S. PDA Market
PalmPilot V, a popular digital organizer developed by U.S.-based 3Com, is generating a slew of buzzwords about the so-called ``palm computing.'' But the sleek, pocket-size device has yet to make its debut in Korea.
To that end, PalmPilot has to navigate past a small yet powerful Korean rival -- CellVic.
CellVic, an ambitious product by the domestic venture firm JTEL, is widely regarded as the frontrunner in the field here. What's more, CellVic plans to pounce on the huge Chinese and U.S. markets.
``We are now talking with Chinese partners to implement a full-fledged marketing plan for China. For the U.S. market, we are in talks with an influential …
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