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is a Information technologyElectronicsJapan ese multinational provider of multinationalinformation technology (IT) services and products, headquartered in multinationalinformation technologyMinato, Tokyo , Japan."." NEC. Retrieved on July 12, 2010. NEC provides IT and network solutions to business enterprises, communications services providers and to government agencies, and has also been the biggest PC vendor in Japan since the 1980s. The company was known as the multinationalinformation... read more

Nec Temere, Nec Timide

''Nec Temere, Nec Timide'' is a Latin phrase, which translates to ''“Neither rashly nor timidly”''. Its exact origin is unknown although Aristotle in ''Ethica Nicomachea'', Book III, mentions, along with other examples, that the virtuous man is not temerarious nor timorous, but courageous; but through time it has been used by several families. It is best known as the motto of the Dano-Norwegian naval hero Niels Juel, who supposedly used it first at the dawn of July 1, 1677, just before the Battle... read more

Nec vi, nec clam, nec precario

''Nec vi, nec clam, nec precario'', is a Latin legal term meaning 'without force, without secrecy, without permission'. It is the principle by which rights may be built up over time, principally public rights of way in the United Kingdom. Specifically, if a path is used – openly, not against protests, and ''without'' permission of the landowner – for an extended period (20 years) then a permanent legal right to such use is usually established.It is often referred to in the context of adverse... read more

NEC (disambiguation)

NEC is a Japanese electronics manufacturer, formerly "Nippon Electric Company". read more

NEC e616

The NEC e616 mobile phone is a handheld 3G phone from 3GNEC Corporation .==Rechargeable battery==The e616 takes Lithium ion batteries , which are available in different capacities:== Usage notes ==Batteries should always be recharged in the recharger and not within the mobile phone. Recharging in the mobile takes longer and the standby time will be halved. The short standby time and recharging error may be caused by faulty firmware or a faulty 3G network. In addition the battery time can be increased... read more


The NEC V20 (μPD70108) was a made by that was a , pin-compatible version of the with an compatible with the . The V20 was introduced in 1982,http://pdadb.net/index.php?m=cpu&id=i70108&c=nec_v20 and the V30 debuted in 1983.http://translate.google.co.uk/translate?hl=en&sl=ja&u=http://www.shmj.or.jp/museum2010/exhibi703.htmThe chip featured much more than the 29,000 s of the simpler 8088 CPU, ran at 5 to 10 http://datasheets.chipdb.org/NEC/V20-V30/NEC_uPD70116.pdf NEC V20/30 datasheet and... read more

NEC µPD7220

The High-Performance Graphics Display Controller 7220 (commonly µPD7220 or NEC 7220) is a video interface controller capable of drawing lines, circles, arcs, and character graphics to a bit-mapped display. It was developed by NEC and used in NEC's APC III computers, the optional graphics module for the DEC Rainbow, the Tulip System-1, and the Epson QX-10. (Translation of "Grafik mit dem 7220 von NEC", ''mc'', 1986, H11, pp. 54-65)The µPD7220 was one of the first implementations of a graphics display... read more

NEC RISCstation

The NEC RISCstation was a line of NEC RISCstation 2200computer NEC RISCstation 2200computerworkstation s made by NEC in the mid-1990s, based on MIPS MIPSRISC MIPSRISCmicroprocessor s and designed to run MIPSRISCmicroprocessorMicrosoft MIPSRISCmicroprocessorMicrosoftWindows NT . A series of nearly identical machines were also sold by NEC in headless (i.e., no video card or framebuffer) configuration as the RISCserver series, and were intended for use as Windows NT workgroup servers.==Historical... read more


The NEC V25 (µPD70320) is the microcontroller version of the NEC V20 processor. Features include: read more

NEC Supertower

The , headquarters of NEC Corporation, is a 180 metre (590 foot) tall skyscraper in Minato, Tokyo, Japan. It was completed in 1990 and was designed by Nikken Sekkei. Its primary use is as a commercial office space. 43 stories high and five underground, it was constructed at a cost of some 60 billion yen, according to ''Nikkei Business'', January 5, 2007 edition.==External links==Category:Skyscrapers between 150 and 199 metersCategory:Buildings and structures completed in 1990 read more

NEC µPD7720

The NEC µPD7720 is the name of fixed point digital signal processors from NEC (currently Renesas Electronics). Announced in 1980, it became, along with the Texas Instruments TMS32010, one of the most popular DSPs of its day.==Background==In the late 1970s, telephone engineers were attempting to create technology with sufficient performance to enable digital touch-tone dialing. Existing digital signal processing solutions required over a hundred chips and consumed significant amounts of power.... read more


The NEC Cup was a Go competition, supported by NEC Corporation between 1982 and 2012.http://homepages.cwi.nl/~aeb/go/games/games/NEC/index.html==Biography==The NEC Cup was a Go competition used by the Japanese Nihon-Kiin. Unlike the big three titles in Japan, the NEC Cup is a single knockout tournament where players have less time to think. The field of challengers is 16. The challengers are invited depending on who is the holders of Kisei, Meijin, Honinbo, Judan, Tengen, Oza, Gosei, NHK Cup, JAL... read more

NEC UltraLite

The NEC UltraLite was an MS-DOS-based portable computer in a "notebook" size.PC Magazine featured the UltraLite on its cover in November 1988, 1988-11-15, Volume 7 Number 19, PC Magazine and shortly thereafter journalists began referring to the A4 sized computer as a "notebook" to distinguish it from the larger and heavier laptops of the time.== History ==The product was originally developed by an NEC Japan telecommunications engineering team that was trying to make an inexpensive lightweight terminal... read more

NEC N343i

The NEC N343i is a GSM 900 – GSM 1800 – GSM 1900 mobile phone which was manufactured by NEC. Announced in quarter 2 of 2005, the phone's most attractive point was its modern new looks; at just 109 × 43 × 12.7 mm and weighing only 95 g, the phone was one of the smallest candy-bar models available in the UK.The phone was one of the first coupled with the launch of telecommunication company O2's i-mode service, a global system where operators design the compatible handsets, give strong... read more


The NEC V60 (μPD70616) was a CISC processor manufactured by NEC starting in 1986. The V60 was the first 32-bit general-purpose microprocessor commercially available in Japan.Ken Sakamura, "", IEEE Micro, April 1988, pp. 10-11A relatively obscure design in the West, it was a radical departure from NEC's previous V-series CPUs—the NEC V20-V50 series—, which were based on the Intel x86 model, although it retained the ability to emulate them. According to NEC's documentation, the architectural change... read more


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