NEC Corporation

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NEC_Corporation

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NEC Corporation is a multi-national information technologies company headquartered in Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan. It is an internet solutions business involved in the manufacture and sales of computers, communications equipment, electronic devices and software, including the Versa notebooks for the international market and the Lavie series for Japanese market. NEC was also the creator of the Earth Simulator, the fastest supercomputer in the world at the time. NEC is a part of the Sumitomo Group.

In 1980 NEC created the first digital signal processor, the NEC µPD7710. Over the past five years NEC has ranked consistently in the top 4 companies for number of U.S. patents issued, averaging 1764 granted each year.

The company was formerly known as Nippon Electric Company, Limited (Jp. 日本電気株式会社 Nippon Denki Kabushikikaisha), before it was renamed in 1983. It still goes by the old name in Japan. NEC was founded by Kunihiko Iwadare and others. One of the founding directors was from the United States. NEC was established with Western Electric Company to become the first Japanese joint venture with foreign capital. Western Electric was represented on the NEC board by Walter Tenney Carleton.

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  • NEC Global Gateway
  • NEC Japan
  • NEC Electronics
  • NEC USA, Inc.
  • NEC Financial Services, Inc.
  • NEC Computers
  • NEC Europe
  • Linux on NEC laptops
  • NEC 1899-Early Development
  • Japanese Who Worked For Edison in America
  • Premier dealer for NEC telephone systems
  • USPTO 2003 Statisticsde:NEC Corporation

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News

  • Chairman of NEC Corporation, Hajime Sasaki, Awarded Legion d' ... - Japan Corporate News (press release)
  • NEC unit expects 13-14% rev growth in 2006 - Cellular-News
  • (PRN) CBM Archives Announces David J. Klug as Vice President - Houston Chronicle
  • Chairman of NEC Corporation, Hajime Sasaki, Awarded Legion d' ... - noticias.info
  • NEC & UNITIKA Realize Bioplastic Reinforced with Kenaf Fiber for ... - TMCnet
  • NEC unit aims for US$37.8mn revenues in 2006 - TMCnet
  • NEC & UNITIKA Realize Bioplastic Reinforced with Kenaf Fiber for ... - Japan Corporate News (press release)
  • NTT DoCoMo Adopts New Material in 3G FOMA Mobile - 3G (press release)
  • Tensilica Chief Scientist to Present at Multicore Expo; Grant ... - TMCnet
  • NEC unit aims for US$37.8mn revenues in 2006 - Brazil - BNamericas
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Blogs

  • Kyodo news summary -7-+
  • NEC Australia Licenses i-mode Content
  • Why is corporate blogging relevant to business students?
  • First Coffee for 18 March 2006
  • N500is, NEC N412i successor
  • DSP-1 chip
  • Super Nintendo Entertainment System
  • NEC Australia Licenses i-mode Content
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  • How Civilization Got Powered Up with a Brand New T...

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