Toshiba's Latest Confusion May Complicate Path To Revival

Toshiba's latest confusion may complicate path to revivalAnother scandal, revealed by a whistleblower, has hit already embattled Toshiba Corp., further eroding the market credibility of its corporate governance.
At 12:00 p.m., the 140-year-old major Japanese company, which has been working to put an accounting scandal behind it, missed Tuesday's deadline of an earnings report for the April to December period, because of the alleged "inappropriate pressure" at its U.S. unit over the purchase of another U.S. firm.

Toshiba Chairman Steps Down Over Huge Nuclear Business Loss

Toshiba chairman steps down over huge nuclear business lossJapanese electronics and energy giant Toshiba Corp. said Tuesday that its chairman is resigning to take responsibility for problems that will result in a 713 billion yen ($6.3 billion) loss in its nuclear business.
Toshiba warned, however, that unaudited financial results it announced may change "by a wide margin." It earlier delayed reporting its official financial results by a month, citing auditing problems related to the losses in its nuclear business. That sent Toshiba stock tumbling 8 percent in Tokyo trading.

Toshiba Launches 8tb Hdd For Nas Applications

Toshiba Launches 8TB HDD for NAS ApplicationsToshiba today announced the launch of a new line-up of HDDs, MN Series, for network attached storage (NAS) applications. The new Toshiba MN Series HDD line-up delivers up to 8TB capacity in a 3.5-inch form factor with a SATA interface. The drives are designed for 24/7 power-on operation and have a rated annual workload of 180TB transferred. They feature rotational vibration compensation technology.

Toshiba's Fuel Cell Employed For Hydrogen-powered Ship

Toshiba's Fuel Cell Employed for Hydrogen-powered ShipToshiba Corp announced that it has delivered its pure hydrogen fuel cell to the "Raicho N" test ship, whose power source is a hydrogen fuel cell.
The Raicho N is a test ship being jointly developed by NREG Toshiba Building Co Ltd and Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology. The company and the university aim to realize the practical use of a hydrogen fuel cell-powered ship in 2020.

Sk Hynix, Toshiba Announce 4gb Stt-mram

SK Hynix, Toshiba Announce 4Gb STT-MRAMSK Hynix Inc and Toshiba Corp prototyped a 4-Gbit STT-MRAM and announced it at IEDM 2016 (thesis number: 27.1).
Probably because it is a Gbit-class large-capacity MRAM, it drew much attention. There was a large audience, and some of them were standing.

Toshiba And Dell Deep Learning Testbed For Iot Is The First To Be Approved By Iic

Toshiba and Dell Deep Learning Testbed for IoT is the first to be approved by IICA deep learning testbed jointly developed by Toshiba and Dell Technologies has become the first deep learning platform to be approved by Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC). Toshiba and Dell Technologies will use the testbed to verify the effectiveness of applying deep learning to IoT platforms and establish best practices that will improve the availability of the machines, optimize monitoring equipment, including sensors, and reduce maintenance costs.

Denso And Toshiba To Develop Artificial Intelligence Technology Dnn-ip

DENSO and Toshiba to Develop Artificial Intelligence Technology DNN-IPDENSO and Toshiba have reached a basic agreement to jointly develop an artificial intelligence technology called Deep Neural Network-Intellectual Property (DNN-IP), which will be used in image recognition systems which have been independently developed by the two companies to help achieve advanced driver assistance and automated driving technologies.

Toshiba Low-power Multi-hop Wireless Network Technology, Battery Power For 10 Years

Toshiba low-power multi-hop wireless network technology, battery power for 10 yearsToshiba has developed low-power multi-hop wireless network technology that can operate on battery power for over 10 years and can collect over 99.999% of data from sensors deployed over a wide area through wireless relaying. This technology makes it possible to monitor, with low maintenance costs, natural environments where there is a risk of disaster, as well as buildings, bridges, tunnels, and other aging structures. The devices are easy to install because they are battery powered and do not need communication or power lines.

Toshiba Ships Samples Of 3d Flash Memory-based Ssd

Toshiba Ships Samples of 3D Flash Memory-based SSDToshiba Corp started the shipment of samples of the "BG Series with BiCS Flash" SSD using 3D flash memory Aug 4, 2016.
At first, the shipment is limited to OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) of personal computers. But the company plans to start to gradually expand the shipment range at the end of 2016.

Toshiba Designs Bg Ssds With Bics Flash Memory

Toshiba Designs BG SSDs With BICS Flash MemoryToshiba has achieved a major tech breakthrough – the Japanese company will announce a new generation solid-state drives at the 2016 Flash Memory Summit that will take place August 8 – 11. The new SSDs are based on cutting-edge BiCS flash memory with 3-bit-per-cell TLC technology and feature Toshiba’s new single-package ball grid array (BGA) NVMe PCIe Gen3 package.