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Park Systems, the AFM technology leader and preferred nanotechnology solutions partner, launched a brand new website this month.

Park Systems has launched a new website!

Suwon, South Korea | Posted on August 24th, 2010

The website, www.parkafm.com, is an interactive, visitor-focused site. Many of the design features of the new website were made in direct response to the requests received from customers around the world.

The website embodies the company's forward-thinking vision and commitment to the needs of its growing customer base, showcasing:

- AFM Solutions
- AFM Technology
- AFM Buyer's Guide
- Products
- Image Gallery

Park Systems' Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing, Dr. Ryan Yoo, commented: "At Park Systems, we have always taken users' feedback very seriously. We listen to our customers and respond to their needs. This is demonstrated in our products and service. Over the past year, through a series of official and unofficial discussions, we have developed our website design and content. I am excited about the new look and the rich and informative content provided to our customers."

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About Park Systems
Park Systems serves its customers by providing a complete range of AFM solutions including AFM systems, options, software, service and support. Park Systems is the technology leader of nanoscale measurements and systems for both research and industry. The Park Systemsí product line reflects its desire to provide metrology solutions for the applications of today and tomorrow. Since technological improvements are key to enabling tomorrow's nanometrology research, analysis, processing and products, innovation and leadership will remain Park Systemsí core competence in the years to come. Park Systems' manufacturing and engineering facilities are located in Suwon, South Korea. Global sales and service offices are located throughout the U.S., Japan, and Singapore. For more information, visit www.parkAFM.com.

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Contacts:
Park Systems
Tim Ahn, +82-546-6800 x6926
Marketing Communication

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