Businesses and professionals looking for mobile solutions from NEC may shop the company’s mobile network setups, including cutting edge 3G wireless, and optical network systems. Cellphones package the latest MP3 players, a corps of interesting polyphonic ring tones and plenty of memory space to download your own real music tones.
Seems as though electronics corporations were spawned in the late 1890s and Nippon Electric Company was among them. At the time America’s Western Electric saw the promise in an Asian market and invested its money wisely for the launch of Nippon Electric. Of course the early years in electronics were spent on pioneering telephony, system infrastructure and closely related technologies that supported radio and television. Then during the 1970s, Nippon Electric spun out a segment of the corporation that focused heavily on semiconductor design and development. It was an early squatter in what would become known as Silicon Valley.
Nippon Electric abbreviated its name in the early 1980s, quickly branding its wide-body ‘NEC’ as a logo indicative of worldwide electronics giant. Cellphones seem like such a small part of the wider corpus of NEC products and services. Customers and clients include global governments and large-scale corporations shopping for leading edge and emerging solutions for their fiber-optic and wireless networks. NEC delivers hardware solutions in computers and peripherals, servers, drives and semiconductors.
NEC is a global provider of mobile networks and devices. Standards differ from country to country and the products and services reflect those differences. Customers may shop mobile phones by country. U.S. customers have a selection of 2.5G phones that boast ‘High Definition Mobile:’
International customers have a diverse supply of NEC global phones that package the latest GSM wireless functionality.