NEC announced today that its fingerprint identification technologies ranked first in the Fingerprint Vendor Technology Evaluation (FpVTE 2012 or FpVTE) conducted by the United States’ National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)…
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NEC today announced that its ultra-compact tower server, the Express5800/GT110f-S, demonstrated the world’s highest energy efficiency by achieving 6,488 overall ssj_ops/watt on the SPECpower_ssj® 2008 benchmark. The SPECpower_ssj ® 2008 benchmark is..
NEC today announced its NeoFace Facial Recognition Software solution achieved high accuracy in an independent study conducted by Michigan State University (MSU) and was able to identify a suspect from the recent..
NEC’s GAZIRU image recognition technologies have been adopted by Hakuhodo Inc., one of Japan’s leading advertising companies, for its Kokoku + advertising service, scheduled to launch on February 18. The GAZIRU service..
NEC performs world’s first successful trial of real-time 1Tb/s superchannel transmission over a trans-oceanic distance
NEC recently performed the world’s first successful trial of real-time 1Tb/s super-channel transmission using 100GbE subcarriers over a trans-oceanic distance. With 100 GB/s technologies now commercially deployed, the focus of recent development..
NEC announced today the launch of iPASOLINK 100E as the latest addition to its iPASOLINK portfolio of transport network solutions. The iPASOLINK 100E indoor unit can be installed in one half of..
Tohoku University Develops World’s First Fast Access Embedded Memory that Stores Data without using Power
Professor Tetsuo Endoh, Center for Spintronics Integrated Systems and Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University and a group led by Professor Hideo Ohno, Center for Spintronics Integrated Systems and Research Institute of..
NEC announced today the availability of new image recognition services for smartphones and mobile terminals in Japan beginning June 1. The new service can provide detailed information on a wide range of..
NEC develops technology enabling control of information through gestures and the display of images from a projector
NEC announced today the development of an interactive technology that allows the control of information through a combination of user gestures and the display of images from a projector. The newly-developed technology..
NEC recently announced the completion of an educational computer system for Kyoto University that began operating in March 2012. The new computer system is an information processing facility for use by students..