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Qualcomm Advantage Network sees two new members from Taiwan
Judy Lin, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES

Taiwan-based QT Medical and Lubn Taiwan have joined Qualcomm Advantage Network (QAN), with both participating in Qualcomm's Smart Cities Accelerator Program and focusing on developing IoT innovations.

QT founder and CEO Ruey-Kang Chang pointed out that the company is mainly developing technologies for remote and home medical care and has developed solutions to bridge medical staff and patients with heart diseases.

Lubn founder and CEO YC Chung noted that his company offers IoT and automation technologies for managing real estate including access control. As demand for managing real estate has been picking up, the company's automated services will be able to assist its clients to achieve their targets in a very short time, he said.

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