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Manufacturer uses Hitachi analytics to diagnose machine mixing problem

Problems with polymers Hitachi used its analytics platform to integrate production and sensor data outputs to help visualize, analyze and diagnose a manufacturer’s polymer mixing problems. An unnamed manufacturer’s polymer mixing process was said to be producing inconsistent output quality, with yields dipping as low as...

Hitachi creates Internet of Things unit

The Japanese firm generated $5.4 billion in "Internet of Things" revenues from products and services last year Hitachi formed its Hitachi Insight Group in a move to drive the firm’s unified "Internet of Things" business and go-to-market strategy worldwide. The newly group is set to...

IoT-centric, usage-based insurance set to surge

IoT-centric, usage-based insurance is finally coming of age and it is turning the traditional car insurance sector upside down. "Internet of Things" adoption in various vertical markets is set to disrupt traditional industries by introducing new business models. IoT-centric, usage-based insurance, which uses real-time information...

OpenDaylight scores Hitachi as new member, bolsters advisory group

Hitachi joined the OpenDaylight Project as a ‘silver’ member, boosting the organization’s presence in Japan The OpenDaylight Project welcomed Hitachi as a “silver” member and named a new member to its advisory group, bolstering the open source-based organization’s work in software-defined networking and network functions...

Subsea fiber optic networks: Past, present and future

Continents, cultures linked by subsea fiber optic networks The world is becoming an increasingly connected place. In this wireless world it’s easy to forget all these connections require hundreds of thousands of kilometers of fiber optic cable to carry terabytes of data across the world’s...

Big data analytics acquisition by Hitachi

Hitachi Data Systems plans to buy Pentaho for IoT R&D Hitachi Data Systems, a subsidiary of Hitachi, is looking to buy big data analytics and integration firm Pentaho Corp. The two companies expect to finalize the transaction by June, pending customary closing conditions. Plans call for Pentaho...

Analyst Angle Webinar: The emergence of the NFV ecosystem

NFV Laying the foundation for a new way to run mobile networks Virtualization will change the way mobile operators run their networks and the way the mobile ecosystem works. In this webinar we will explore how the transition to virtualized networks with NFV will happen...

Analyst Angle Report: The emergence of the NFV ecosystem: Laying the foundation for a new way to run mobile networks

Download the complete report featuring Juniper Networks, Intel, AT&T, Telefonica, JDSU, KDDI, SpiderCloud Wireless, Ruckus Wireless, Metaswitch Networks, Hitachi and Mavenir Systems. The transition to virtualized mobile networks is going to be a watershed in the way operators deploy, operate and financially benefit from their networks....

Software: Hitachi virtualizes MME/SGSN platform; router market impacted by NFV, SDN

Software is becoming an increasingly important part of telecommunication networks and deployments as both wired and wireless carriers look to add functionality to operations while increasing simplicity and reducing costs. RCR Wireless News is keeping an eye on recent developments through its weekly “Software”...

3D smartphones are coming, but is anyone watching?

Most Americans over the age of 10 do not seem to be watching movies on smartphones, but device makers are nonetheless forging ahead with a new generation of 3D smartphones. LG has apparently had enough success with its Optimus 3D Android phone to warrant...

Capital Markets: Wozniak's Fusion-io announces IPO; Western DIgital acquires Hitachi subsidiary; and more

Vringo Inc., a provider of video ringtones and personalization solutions for mobile devices, announced that it has signed a non-binding Letter of Intent to acquire substantially all of the assets of m-Wise Inc. m-Wise provides a platform to manage deliver and monetize mobile entertainment,...

Western Digital to acquire Hitachi Global Storage Technologies

Hitachi | March 7, 2011 | Press Release Combination of Hard Drive Companies Will Create Industry’s Broadest Product Portfolio and a Significant Pool of Resources for Innovation IRVINE, Calif. and SAN JOSE, Calif. – Mar. 7, 2011 – Western Digital (NYSE: WDC) and Hitachi,...

Hon Hai to buy Japanese LCD venture: newspaper

Taipei Times | December 28, 2010 Hon Hai Precision Industry Co (鴻海精密) shares gained in early Taipei trading after a Nikkei Shimbun report that the world’s largest contract manufacturing service firm for electronics and communication products plans to acquire control of a LCD venture between...

Bits and Bytes: WiMAX Forum news; CDG awards; and more

At the WiMAX Forum Global Congress this week in Amsterdam, a group of technical experts from several WiMAX vendors created a proposal on enhancements to the IEEE 802.16e mobile WiMAX standard for submission into the next WiMAX Forum certification release. Experts from Alvarion, Beceem,...

Fuji-Shiba? Merger Between Fujitsu and Toshiba Rumored

Japanese Nikkei Business Daily reported Friday that Fujitsu Ltd and Toshiba Corp are in the final stages of talks to merge their mobile phone businesses. The combined operation would become Japan’s second largest handset maker after Sharp Corp.

Infrastructure Awards: ADC, Airvana, Huawei, ZTE

Following are infrastructure contracts announced during the past week:ADC Telecom Canada: To deploy its InterReach Fusion and InterReach Unison distributed antenna systems to provide multi-operator wireless and public safety service at all major sports venues and many hospitality sites in Vancouver during the...

Femtocells for the masses: Carrier support for devices bolstering space

With three of the four largest wireless providers in the United States selling femtocells to boost indoor coverage, and the fourth expected to join the party, a Massachusetts company is banking millions that the technology will take off.Verizon Wireless was the most recent to...

WIRELESS IN THE HOME: Still needs supervision, not ready to live on its own

BURLINGAME, Calif. - The perception of what wireless technologies can enable for other industries is years, if not decades, ahead of reality. As mobile devices have ever-so-steadily become a pocket-sized version of personal computers, they still deliver nowhere near the experience and capabilities of...

Alvarion, Hitachi partner on mobile WiMAX in Japan

Alvarion Ltd. and Hitachi Communication Technologies Ltd. have partnered to develop a mobile WiMAX network in Japan using spectrum in the 2.5 GHz band. Israel-based Alvarion said it will develop base stations and the mobile management technology needed to seamlessly handoff between base stations...

Linux forces merge and accelerate

The promise of an open-source platform for mobile phones-and, undoubtedly, competitive pressures-has led a group of competitors and allies to formally found the LiMo Foundation to spur adoption of Linux.Motorola Inc., NEC, NTT DoCoMo Inc., Panasonic Mobile Communications, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. and Vodafone...

R/GA brings size to wireless ad space

Mobile marketing took another step toward the mainstream last week as noted advertising firm R/GA launched a division to address wireless phones. The agency, which has moved aggressively to embrace digital advertising platforms in recent years, outlined an effort "to meet the growing demand...

Tao Group releases handset software

READING, England-Software company Tao Group launched a mobile version of its intent multimedia software platform for handset vendors. Tao Group said the intent Mobile solution supports several different operating systems-including Linux and Microsoft Corp.'s Windows CE-and features a middleware suite and an application suite...

Tao Group releases handset software

READING, England-Software company Tao Group launched a mobile version of its intent multimedia software platform for handset vendors. Tao Group said the intent Mobile solution supports several different operating systems-including Linux and Microsoft Corp.'s Windows CE-and features a middleware suite and an application suite...

Casio Hitachi selects InnoPath’s OTA technology for phones

SAN JOSE, Calif.-Casio Hitachi Mobile Communications Co. Ltd. announced it will use over-the-air updating technology from InnoPath Software Inc. The technology will allow CHMC to remotely update the software in its phones."As the first company to deploy FOTA update technology for device management, InnoPath's...

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