NEC Corporation of America
|Industry||Electronics, information technology, telecommunications|
|Subsidiaries||NEC Information Analytical Group (IAG)|
NEC Laboratories America
NEC Financial Services
|Website||NEC Corporation of America|
NEC Corporation of America was formed on 1 July 2006, from the combined operations of NEC America, NEC Solutions America and NEC USA.
Nippon Electric New York (later NEC America Inc.) was incorporated in 1963.
NEC established a research lab in South Brunswick, Princeton, New Jersey in 1988. In October 1989 Honeywell agreed to sell its share in HNSX Supercomputers to NEC. NEC Laboratories was created in November 2002 through the merger of NEC Research Institute and NEC USA's Computer and Communications Research Laboratory. NEC Corporation of America was formed on 1 July 2006 from the combined operations of NEC America, NEC Solutions America and NEC USA.
NEC Laboratories succeeded in sending over 100 terabits of information per second through a single optical fibre in April 2011, establishing a new world record.
Subsidiaries of NEC Corporation of America include:
- NEC Laboratories America (NEC Labs) - a research facility based in Princeton, NJ focused on technology research and early market validation.
- NEC Financial Services, LLC. - a company which offers financing services supporting the sale of products and solutions to businesses in the United States.
Products and servicesEdit
NEC Corporation of America's products and services include:
- automated fingerprint identification systems
- carrier professional services
- document solutions equipment
- enterprise communications equipment
- enterprise content management
- openflow networking equipment
- identity management
- leasing and financial services
- microwave radio equipment
- optical networking equipment
- Business Intelligence, Corporate Performance Management
- Data warehousing, Master Data Management
- Predictive Analytic services, Big Data
- retail applications
- storage equipment
In April 1997 HNSX Supercomputers and Fujitsu were jointly found guilty of dumping by bidding below cost in order to sell a supercomputer to the National Center for Atmospheric Research. In September 1997 the United States International Trade Commission found that Cray Research had been financially injured by the pricing practices of HNSX Supercomputers and Fujitsu.
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