Anritsu's Pureflow system: consisting of a traffic analyzer, and an interactive monitoring interface. The interface shows color coded
traffic over a variety of internal and external networks. This makes it easy to visualize and manipulate the data flow. This level of control guarantees a quality connection for Voice Over IP, video conferencing and a range of other high bandwidth activities. Two models of the analyzer are available,
one for conventional enterprise networks and a CATV solution. The software and hardware was completely developed in-house by Anritsu Corp.
Kuramoto Co., LTD's probe sheet is a first of its kind. Use to examine the light readings from the LCD display of mobile devices this design allows for more data to be transmitted. Instead of the usual polymide resin used to make the probes, the connections, this systems uses glass which cuts down the space between probes from 30 microns to 8 microns and thus facilitates data transmission. This can be used in any mobile display such as cell phones or gps devices.
JJF 2006, Japan's acclaimed jewellery exhibition, showcased stunning pieces by over 450 exhibitors from over 18 countries. It is the mecca for consumers and merchants who deal in beautiful and intricate jewellery. JJF's (and this movie's) centerpiece is the Japanese Brand Collection and our event guide is the Managing Director of JJF, Christopher Eve.
Tech news from Japan. Toyota released their fourth generation Lexus (LS), focusing on emotively engaging the driver, at the New National Theatre Tokyo on the 19th of September 2006. We spoke to Toyota Motor Corporation President, Katsuaki Watanabe and Chief Engineer Moritaka Yoshida.
News from Japan! Quick video report of a Toyota Lexus Press Conference at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Tokyo, Japan, on 26th April 2006. Contains original footage from both DigInfo and Toyota Motor Corp (with permission from both).
News from Japan. The Toyota Motor Corporation's celebrates its 40th anniversary.
Interop means networking and Extreme Networks, an international networking solutions provider, had a number of interesting secure open source solutions. Interop is held at Makuhari Messe in Tokyo Japan and regularly has over 150,000 visitors from around the world.
More tech news from Japan! The 15th Software Development Expo was held at Tokyo Big Site between the 28th and the 30th of June 2006. All the major Japanese players attended it and five other expositions which were held at the same time. This clip has interviews with key members from Reed
Exhibitions and Hitachi (Sanrise) and has an interesting musical beat to it.
Through a combination of network organisation (optimized for high capacity and flexibility) and new mobile features (and designs), KDDI intends to be a forerunner in the upcoming third (and fourth) generational mobile technology. Wireless Japan was held annually at Tokyo's Big Site (this year it was held between the 19th and the 21st of July) and exhibits the latest technologies and services among mobile phone, terminal devices, applications, content, wireless LAN, UWB, WiMAX, ZigBee, TD-CDMA e.g
This movie briefly talks about Fujitsu's relationships with Cisco, NTT DoCoMo, and AU. Interop is a networking solutions exhibition that is held in many
locations around the world every year. Business and personal computer users flock to it to see the latest and greatest technology available and to make deals. It is held at Makuhari Messe and regularly has over 150,000
visitors from around the world.