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QHD may be power hungry, but it may make tiny text a bit more readable -- cue the inevitable debate
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Telehouse Europe, a leading provider of global Data Centres and Managed ICT Services and subsidiary of KDDI, has announced the appointment of current Deputy Managing Director, Hiroyuki Soshi as its new Managing Director. Mr Soshi succeeds Hiroshi Kobayashi and will be based in London, the European headquarters. Bringing with him a wealth of management experience from KDDI headquarters, Mr ...
SoftBank Corp. (9984) , controlled by billionaire Masayoshi Son, added more new Japan mobile subscribers in March than NTT Docomo (9437) Inc. and KDDI Corp. as promotions lured users.
TELEHOUSE has announced that Masaaki Nakanishi, President and Chief Executive Officer of TELEHOUSE America and KDDI America will retire as of April 1, 2014. Satoru Manabe will become the new President and CEO of TELEHOUSE America and KDDI America.
TELEHOUSE, the global leader for data centers, international Internet exchanges, and managed IT services, announces that Masaaki Nakanishi, President and Chief Executive Officer of TELEHOUSE America and ...
Cleversafe, Inc., the industry leading object-based storage provider, today announced that KDDI Corporation has selected Cleversafe and its dsNet® technology to power its au Cloud service.
A model holds 'Windows Phone IS12T' smartphones during its press preview in Tokyo on July 27, 2011. Japan's telecom company KDDI will put the Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile Communications-made phones with Microsoft's Windows Phone 7.5 operatiing system onto the Japanese market from September this year.
JAPAN’S biggest companies have a case of SoftBank envy, and that’s good for entrepreneurs like 23-year-old Takumi Shimizu.