NEC’s 80" V801 commercial-grade large-screen LCD display is ideal for applications requiring considerable screen size such as education facilities, coporate lobbies, board rooms, and retail. This display utilizes LED-backlighting to deliver a slim depth and low power consumption while a full high-definition panel delivers brilliant imagery.
The 46” NEC E464, an LED edge-lit, commercial-grade display, is ideal for education, corporate and other digital signage applications. Compared to previous generation displays, this model’s edge-lit LED backlighting allows for reduced power consumption, a thinner depth, a smaller bezel and lighter weight. Full HD resolution delivers stunning image quality for a variety of content, and the E464’s integrated tuner and speakers allow users to enjoy high-definition broadcast capabilities.
Toshiba Corporation Semiconductor & Storage Products Company today announced that it will showcase its leading-edge semiconductor solutions for motors and power systems at TECHNO-FRONTIER 2013. Toshiba will highlight solutions in "MOTORTECH JAPAN 2013" and "POWER SYSTEM JAPAN 2013" with the concept of "Semiconductor solutions for motor control that support high-precision manufacturing" and "Semiconductor solutions for power systems that contributes to an eco-society."
Sprint (NYSE:S) will offer the submersible Kyocera Hydro Edge beginning on Friday, July 19, and Boost Mobile will offer the device starting Tuesday, July 23, without a contract. Kyocera Hydro Edge, which can be submerged in up to 3.28 feet of water for up to 30 minutes, is part of the new Hydro series of waterproof Android smartphones and builds on the popular Kyocera Hydro, which has been a top seller at Boost Mobile since its launch in August 2012.
Japan, who qualified for Brazil last week with a 1-1 home draw to Australia, finished the final qualifiers with 17 points from the eight games with a goal difference of 11.
This one targets budget-conscious users but this does not prevent it from offering support for the IP57 standard and IPX5/IPX7. This means the smartphone can withstand depths of up to 1 meter for up to 30 minutes.
Fujitsu Optical Components Limited (FOC) announced today that it will be displaying its cutting-edge 100G optical component and module solutions at the OFC/NFOEC (*1) 2013 show which will be held next week in Anaheim, California, USA. The product exhibition can be seen in FOC's booth #1310 at the Anaheim Convention Center, March 19-21, 2013.
Arizona, U.S.), which owns cutting-edge via-fill technology for interposer substrate, to realize next-generation
semiconductor packaging products using ultra-thin glass. By combining its unique technologies on ultra-thin
glass and micro-hole drilling process with Triton Microtechnologies’ via-fill technology, AGC will contribute to
the acceleration of next-generation semiconductor packaging development using glass.