New Delhi [India], Mar 16 : NEC Corporation (NEC; TSE: 6701) today announced its participation in the "Automated Indicator Sharing" (AIS) initiative implemented by the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) that swiftly shares cyber threat indicators between the government and the private sectors, aligning technologies and human resources in the cyber security businesses and bolstering cyber intelligence as an important source of information.
Tokyo [Japan], Feb.16 : The NEC Corporation has announced the launch of a consulting service called the "TMS Professional Service," which enables communications service providers (CSPs) to plan and implement strategies based on the analytics of their network data traffic.
This service analyzes information provided by CSPs to detect the trends, characteristics and abnormalities in network data traffic.
Based on analytic results, NEC conducts consultation under four subjects: network data traffic optimization, customer support, security diagnosis, and marketing.
Tokyo [Japan]/Heidelberg [Germany], Feb.16 : The NEC Corporation has confirmed that Dr. Lindsay Frost, chief researcher, NEC Laboratories Europe, 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.
The ISG CIM has already grown to 12 participating organizations. Its first general meeting decided on six work items in a stringent timetable to publish, within six months for public review, a draft specification for smart city context information exchange (see http://portal.etsi.org/CIM).
Madrid/London, Dec.25 - The NEC Corporation, a leading network, communications and information technology company, recently announced that it is the first company to test the new global oneM2M service layer standard in its Cloud City Operation Center (CCOC) solution to enable machine-to-machine device interoperability in a live smart city program.
Around the world, cities are beginning to deploy a diversity of M2M sensors to improve the efficiency of transport, lighting, irrigation and waste collection services and boost public safety levels by minimizing pollution and waste.
With the intention to widen its R & D footprints to new locations, NEC India, a part of $43 billion NEC Corporation has unveiled its first 'NEC Biometrics Excellence Centre' in Bangalore.
The move from the Japanese IT and network technologies major comes after the country's moneymaking market for biometric solutions that has been increasingly in use in the administration and the Unique Identity Project all set for its execution.