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New tenant at Fort Lee Exec Park.

The Fort Lee Office of Dacom provides high level telecommunications, data and cable communications systems for businesses in the United States in conjunction with a number of American telecommunications providers including AT&T, MCI and Sprint.

Ten Korean companies have leased space at Fort Lee Executive Park in the past two years, and about 25 percent of the park's tenants are Asian-based, including Korean, Japanese and Chinese companies.

Dacom America, Inc., has become the latest in a list of Korean firms to established headquarters at Fort Lee Executive Park, announced David Hirschman, director of Leasing for the 600,000-square-foot office center. The company is the United States subsidiary of Dacom Corporation, of Seoul, Korea, one of just two providers of telecommunications systems in that country. Among the company's achievements, Dacom established the Korean government's national administrative information system and also the system used to broadcast the 1988 Olympic Games worldwide.
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Title Annotation:Dacom America Inc.
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Apr 15, 1992
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