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5G
1st August 2018
Traffic Management Solution for 5G

The launch of an enhanced Traffic Management Solution (TMS) for 5G has been announced by NEC, which improves the throughput of high speed networks that support data transfer rates of more than five gigabits per second. 

5G
23rd July 2018
Demo system utilising MEC to DOCOMO 5G Open Lab

  NEC has announced the provision of a demo system for intrusion detection solutions utilising Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC), a network architecture concept for next-gen communications, to DOCOMO 5G Open Lab Yotsuya, a 5G technology verification centre run by NTT DOCOMO.

Cables/Connecting
9th July 2018
Partnership reached to build the Bay to Bay Express Cable System

The Bay to Bay Express Cable System (BtoBE) consortium, composed of China Mobile International, Facebook and Amazon Web Services, signed an agreement with NEC to build a high performance submarine cable connecting Singapore, Hong Kong and the United States.

Renewables
27th June 2018
Plans to manage UK grid stability underway

It has been announced by NEC Corporation that its subsidiary NEC Energy Solutions (NEC ES), is supplying OErsted UK with a 20MW, GSS Grid Storage Solution. Once completed and operational by the end of 2018, the system will be used to provide services to the UK's National Grid to help manage grid stability during changes between peak and low power demand.

Artificial Intelligence
15th May 2018
NEC brings AI to submarine cable networks

NEC Corporation has announced successful transmission tests that took place over a commercial subsea cable measuring more than 10,000 kilometers using AI and probabilistic shaping at a modulation of 64QAM. NEC, in a joint research publication with Google, has demonstrated for the first time that the FASTER open subsea cable can be upgraded to a spectral efficiency of 6 bits per second per hertz (b/s/Hz) in an 11,000km segment.

Analysis
20th April 2018
5G contributes to remote medical examination trials

NEC Corporation has announced its contributions to field trials in remote medical examinations using 5G. NEC provided a base station system as part of comprehensive 5G demonstration experiments carried out by NTT DOCOMO, the Wakayama Prefectural Government, and Wakayama Medical University and hosted by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications.

5G
13th February 2018
Simultaneous digital beamforming supports 5G communications

With a massive-element active antenna base station system that supports a 28GHz band for 5G communications, NEC has announced the successful transmission of digital beamforming. This is the first time simultaneous beamforming transmission (four multi-user MIMO) from a single massive-element active antenna system (AAS) to four terminals has succeeded. In this test, NEC achieved a 3.1Gbps cell throughput by applying a frequency bandwidth of 30...

5G
29th January 2018
The future of 5G is coming to Mobile World Congress

  At this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC) which is taking place from 26th February to 1st March at the Fira Gran Via, Barcelona, NEC will be exhibiting in hall 3, stand 3M30. The company has announced the presentation of technologies and solutions for working together with telecom carriers in the co-creation of new business models and the implementation of 5G solutions.

Cables/Connecting
2nd January 2018
Submarine cable links the Republic of Palau

The construction of a new submarine cable linking the Republic of Palau has been completed by Belau Submarine Cable and NEC. It is now ready for commercial service. The Palau Spur interconnects with the existing SEA-US submarine cable (which connects the Philippines and Indonesia to the west coast of the United States via Guam and Hawaii) from a branching unit located between the Philippines and Guam.

Analysis
8th August 2017
Facial recognition system adopted by cities across the world

  An advanced surveillance system for cities using facial recognition has been provided to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia, in cooperation with Capital Systems LLC, by NEC.

Analysis
20th July 2017
NEC enables ink dots to become identification tags

NEC has announced the development of a "micro-sized Identifier Dot on Things" (mIDoT) technology that enables single dots written with off-the-shelf glitter ink pens to become distinctive identification tags. mIDoT analyses camera images with a specialised algorithm to quickly and accurately recognise tiny patterns in the ink of individual dots, which are difficult to duplicate or identify with the naked eye.

Analysis
12th July 2017
NEC provides facial recognition system to South Wales Police

NEC has announced that it has provided a facial recognition system for South Wales Police in the UK through NEC Europe. The system utilises NeoFace Watch, NEC's flagship facial recognition software platform featuring the world's highest recognition precision. NeoFace Watch is used for real-time CCTV surveillance, as well as still image and recorded video face search, which helps to ensure security in crowded locations, such as airports and s...

Cyber Security
11th July 2017
Preserving security at the world's third highest observation deck

  A facial recognition system in Seoul Sky, an observatory in Lotte World Tower, a 123-floor, 555m (1,823ft.) high skyscraper located in Seoul, South Korea, has been provided by NEC.

Analysis
11th July 2017
Partnership in virtualisation for high performance computing

NEC Europe and ebb3 has announced a strategic partnership to deploy 3D business applications virtually using ebb3’s innovative technology. The partnership will combine ebb3’s in-depth knowledge of networks and virtualisation with NEC’s global market presence, bringing a High Performance Virtual Computer (HPVC) to NEC’s EMEA customer base.

Design
4th July 2017
Data processing tech accelerates machine learning

Data processing technology that accelerates the execution of machine learning on vector computers by more than 50 times in comparison to Spark technologies has been developed by NEC. This newly developed data processing utilises computing and communications technologies that leverage 'sparse matrix' data structures in order to significantly accelerate the performance of vector computers in machine learning.

Design
24th April 2017
NEC software uses facial recognition to verify mobile service users

  The launch of NC7000-3A, a user data utilisation platform software that uses facial recognition for identity confirmation with mobile services for organisations such as financial institutions and telecommunication operators has been announced by NEC.

Analysis
21st April 2017
Europe's largest battery energy storage system in Germany

  NEC and NEC Energy Solutions, an NEC subsidiary, have reached an agreement with Germany-based EnspireME, a fifty-fifty joint venture established between Mitsubishi Corporation and Eneco, a Netherlands-based integrated energy company, to build a large-scale battery energy storage system in Jardelund, Germany.

Aerospace & Defence
14th March 2017
LSI features high radiation tolerance for use in space

The development of an NB-FPGA that incorporates NanoBridge metal atom migration-type switch technology has been announced by NEC and the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), which utilises TIA, an open innovation hub operated by five institutes in Tsukuba and Tokyo. This original NEC product featuring high radiation tolerance is expected to contribute to the use of LSIs in space.

Events News
21st February 2017
NEC provides cyber-attack defence training for ASEAN countries

NEC has announced that it received an order from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to provided cyber-attack defence for officials from governmental institutions responsible for cyber security in six members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) (Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, the Philippines and Vietnam).

Analysis
17th February 2017
NEC aims to help smart cities integrate services

  Dr. Lindsay Frost, Chief Researcher at NEC Laboratories, was chosen as chairman at the first meeting of the ETSI Industry Specification Group on Context Information Management (ISG CIM), co-launched by NEC and four other companies.

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