• QR codes everywhere

    QR codes are everywhere in Tokyo – they have become probably one of the most important input tools for mobile phones… We published our brand-new QR code report today Copyright·©1997-2013 ·Eurotechnology Japan KK·All Rights Reserved·

  • IP backbone for Japan’s mobile operators

    Japan’s telecom operators are investing to build IP (Internet Protocol) backbone networks: More: Japan Telecommunications report Copyright·©1997-2013 ·Eurotechnology Japan KK·All Rights Reserved·

  • Mobile operators invest US$ 15 billion

    Japan’s top three mobile operators DoCoMo, KDDI and Vodafone announced plans to invest about US$ 15 billion during FY 2005 (April 2005 – March 2006): For recent financial data and analysis of Japan’s telecom and mobile sector: Eurotechnology report on Japan’s telecom industries Find details about SoftBank’s acquisition of Vodafone KK (Vodafone’s Japan company) in […]

  • Location based services in Japan

    About 20% of mobile phones have GPS in Japan, and both KDDI and DoCoMo are integrating location based services into their mobile internet services EZweb and i-Mode. We completed a report on location based services in Japan Eurotechnology Report on location based services and mapping in Japan. Copyright·©1997-2013 ·Eurotechnology Japan KK·All Rights Reserved·

  • KDDI’s net income increases +71%

    On April 28, 2005 KDDI‘s CEO Tadashi Onodera, announced spectacular results for the financial year April 2004 – March 2005. Net income increased by 71% and KDDI announced approximately US$ 4 Billion in investment capital expenditure for the financial year 2006 (April 2005 – March 2005). We prepared a 230 page analysis of KDDI’s businesses […]

  • Mobile Payment Forum and Eurotechnology Japan KK jointly organize the Mobile Payment Forum meeting in Tokyo

    The Mobile Payment Forum promotes usage of mobile phones for payments, and works on interoperability, usability and standardization issues. The major credit card companies (VISA, Mastercard, American Express…) together with the leading mobile phone makers (Nokia, Motorola, NEC…), and mobile operators (Vodafone, DoCoMo, TIM, T-Mobile, Sprint…) lead the Mobile Payment Forum. On April 4, 2005, […]

  • 5 Million Chaku-Uta-Full downloads

    KDDI/AU announced that 5 Millions Chaku-Uta-Full songs have been downloaded until April 3, 2005. Download our 230 page analysis of KDDI/AU Download our “mobile music” report Note added: on June 15, 2005, KDDI reported 10 million Chaku-Uta-Full downloads… Copyright·©1997-2013 ·Eurotechnology Japan KK·All Rights Reserved·

  • Japan’s mobile subscriber data for March 2005

    March is the month when new subscriptions peak in Japan. During March 2005 around one million new subscribers signed up for mobile services in Japan, the net gain (new subscriptions minus cancellations) was 930,500. New subscribers were shared as follows between carriers: DoCoMo: + 480,200 (+ 51.6%) KDDI/AU: + 436,100 (+ 46.9%) WILLCOM: + 33,300 […]

  • Briefing the President of the Federal Republic of Germany, Horst Koehler

    Briefing the President of the Federal Republic of Germany, Horst Koehler

    Japan technology briefing for the President of Germany, Horst Köhler Japan is a technology super power full of creativity and power to innovate Tokyo, April 3, 2005 Briefing given to the President of Germany, Horst Koehler, and his wife, by Gerhard Fasol in the German Embassy, Tokyo, on April 3, 2005, at the beginning of […]

  • e-Access and Lucent announce HSDPA tests in Japan

    e-Access and Lucent announce HSDPA tests in Japan

    Sachio Semmoto, Founder and Chairman of eAccess and eMobile announces HSPDA tests in Japan eAccess / eMobile announces cooperation with Lucent e-Access Chairman & CEO, Sachio Semmoto and Lucent Chairman & CEO Patricia Russo on March 30, 2005 in Tokyo, explained their joint tests of HSDPA services in Tokyo. e-Access is preparing to enter Japan’s […]

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