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TCA, JASA sign MoU to enter embedded technology industry

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In order to strengthen embedded technology, Taipei Computer

Association (TCA) and Japan Embedded Systems Technology Association (JASA)

signed a letter of intention for cooperation memorandum of understanding, (MoU),

to bring in more technologies from Taiwan and enter the huge Japan market with

total value of Yen 680 billion. The Embedded Technology 2006 (ET 2006) is the

largest embedded technology exhibition in Asia, formally launched off on Nov 15

at the Pacifico Exhibition Hall in Yokohama, Japan. This year's TCA organized

a delegation of top enterprises in Taiwan including eMemory Technology Inc (EMTC),

Asix Electronics Corp, Axiomtek Co Ltd, Linpus Technologies Inc, Kontron Asia

Inc, Malico Taiwan Inc, Tibbo Technology Inc, IEI Technology Corp, Arphic

Technology Co Ltd, Evalue Technology, ADLINK Technology inc and others who

displayed latest industrial computing devices, equipments, application solutions

and other related items.

Center:

Sakura Yang, Manager Oversea Division, TCA.

Sakura Yang, leader of the delegation expressed that both

sides can create long-term relationships through trade and development,

information and technologies exchange and other activities. Yang also encouraged

his counterparts to ask Japanese entrepreneurs to visit Taiwan often to attend

seminars. Forums and other events such as Computex Taipei, CarTronics Taipei and

eMEX SuZhou (China), where the exhibitors are from Taiwan and who have the

manufacturing strength to produce almost any information technology hardware

which are the leading suppliers to world's demand. The local Japanese

companies can grasp this opportunity and quickly find the items they want and

provide working solutions in the shortest time, as both sides will continue to

develop future market together.

The Embedded Technology 2006 also attracted several top

international manufacturers including Intel, Renesas, Texas Instruments,

Hitachi, NEC, Fujitsu, Microsoft, ARM and many others industry particularly from

the automotive industry with big names such as Toyota, Nissan, Mazda,

Mitsubishi, DENSO and institute technology. During the ET2006, the organizer

also invited top speakers and arranged several leading-edge technologies forums,

with topics ranging from electrical home appliances, electronics application in

automobile sector, mobile telecommunication, embedded software development and

so forth.

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