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PT Experience: Cyclo BBB

"PT Experience for Cyclo BBB is an Augmented Reality mobile application that allows you to experience the features of Sumitomo's premiere...

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PT Units

A unit converter catering to the power transmission industry. Quickly and accurately convert units of: Power Torque Force Temperature Fluid Volume...

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CubePochi

Rotate the cube freely and locate numbers ! "CubePochi" is the 3D puzzle, rotating the cube, touching the numbers, and competing for the time and...

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Quick-charge your Nissan Leaf with new $9,900 unit

Nissan, with partner Sumitomo Corp., will offer a new quick-charging unit that will be available in 2012 and cost $9,900.

By November 14, 2011

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Report: Panasonic, Sumitomo teaming on OLED TVs

The Japanese consumer electronics giant cuts a deal with Sumitomo for OLED screen production, indicating that it might be warming to the next-gen TV tech.

By May 8, 2009

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OLED pioneer gets scooped up by Sumitomo

OLED--it's not dead, but it's not going as fast as its proponents thought it would.

By July 31, 2007

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Kodak enlists Sumitomo for new displays

Sumitomo will distribute key materials for next-generation displays to Japanese makers, which should encourage development of the photography giant's technology.

By October 22, 2002

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Japanese bank buys Windows servers

Japanese bank Sumitomo Mitsui has bought six Unisys ES7000 Windows servers to handle part of the task of processing automated teller machine transactions, Unisys said Wednesday. The systems, using the Windows 2000 Datacenter operating system and SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition database software from Microsoft, are used to merge Sumitomo's ATM networks with those of another bank it acquired, Sakura. The system handles as many as 100 ATM transactions per second, sending messages from the two bank ATM networks to a single mainframe. The setup requires the ES7000 systems to be up and running 99.999 percent of the time and, in the event of failure, for a backup system to take over within a minute.

By May 9, 2002

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Akara secures $30 million in second round

Telecommunications equipment maker Akara announced Monday that it reaped $30 million of funding for its second round. Canadian venture capital firm VenGrowth led the round followed by Corning Innovation Ventures, a unit of optical fiber maker Corning, along with Dain Rauscher Wessels Morgan Keegan, Presidio Venture Partners and Sumitomo. Battery Ventures and Greylock Partners led the $17 million first round, which was completed in May of last year, but also contributed to Akara's second round. Telecommunications carriers buy Akara's optical equipment and mostly place it in the communications network of their business customers. The Ottawa, Canada-based company's box comprises a services platform and a services manager that aggregates traffic coming from the business then sends it to the carrier's network. The equipment also receives incoming optical traffic off a carrier's network and transmits it to its final destination within the business such as a storage network, computer or a phone.

July 2, 2001

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Onetta nets $56 million in financing

Onetta, an optical-network component maker, received $56 million in Series B funding led by HarbourVest Partners. Sumitomo, JPMorgan H&Q, J&W Seligman, Sequoia Capital and Matrix Partners contributed to the round of financing. Onetta, led by Chief Executive Dennis Barsema, formerly of Redback Networks, manufactures high-end optical amplifiers and "intelligent optical engines" for optical-equipment makers and service providers. The company's products are intended to make networks faster and more economical to operate.

February 27, 2001

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VA Linux trying to make inroads into Japan

The company and Sumitomo create a subsidiary to help VA establish a toehold in the notoriously hard-to-enter Japanese market.

By September 28, 2000

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NEC, HP and others to create B2B venture in Japan

The two companies, along with Ariba and Sumitomo, are planning a Web site for business-to-business e-commerce.

July 13, 2000

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Idealab draws $1 billion in investments

High-tech and finance companies including BancBoston Capital, Dell Computer, Sumitomo, T. Rowe Price Associates and 24/7 Media join founder Bill Gross in the Series D round of financing.

By March 13, 2000