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Company Overview of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc.

Company Overview

Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., through its subsidiaries, manufactures electronics products in the United States. The company’s products include notebook and desktop computers; laptop and tablet personal computers; laptop accessories; projectors; servers; digital business telephone systems; voice processing systems; industrial video products; system solutions for the cable industry; digital, medical, and PC cameras; digital camcorders; Blu-ray disc players, a line of LED and LCD HDTVs; security imaging systems; and USB-powered mobile LCD monitors and portable hard disk drives. Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. also provides unified messaging solution for the small to mediu...

9740 Irvine Boulevard

Irvine, CA 92618-1697

United States

Founded in 1989

Phone:

949-583-3000

Fax:

949-587-6235

Key Executives for Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and President
Vice President and General Manager of the Telecommunication Systems Division
Vice President of Digital Products Division and General Manager of Digital Products Division
Director of Medical Imaging and Factory Automation of Imaging Systems Division
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. Key Developments

Toshiba Announces Availability of TD-U UltraSeries Professional Grade 4K Ultra HD Displays

Toshiba's Digital Products Division, a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. announced the availability of the TD-U UltraSeries, the next step in display resolution, screen size and customer impact. Toshiba has designed the UltraSeries specifically for the commercial market, and it includes the super-large 85-inch and 98-inch screen sizes. The introduction of the TD-U UltraSeries marks another major step in Toshiba's ongoing commitment to commercial digital display solutions. The TD-U UltraSeries models include the key features that commercial customers need in a high quality digital display. With 24/7 operation, landscape and portrait orientation, 3,840 x 2,160 4K Ultra HD resolution, 120Hz panel refresh rate and 500 Nits brightness, Toshiba TD-U UltraSeries is at the top of the class. Additionally, the innovative Quad Screen Mode can segment the screen into four separate 1080p images, allowing the set to act as an all-in-one video wall without an external switcher. The TD-U UltraSeries is housed in a durable metal cabinet with rear carry handles, has full connectivity with 4 HDMI Inputs, DisplayPort, VGA, Audio In/Out, RS232C, LAN, and IR Port, and even offers input priority for failover support.

Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. Announces Cloud Client Manager for Mobile to Simplify Device Management

Toshiba's Business Solutions Division, a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. announced the Toshiba Cloud Client Manager (TCCM) for Mobile, a comprehensive toolset that enables businesses to manage and secure their mobile devices, from deployment to maintenance. Consisting of three different systems that users can individually purchase depending on an organization’s requirements, TCCM Mobile includes Mobile Device Management, Mobile Application Management and Mobile Content Management packages. Seamless Integration: As a cloud-based service, TCCM Mobile empowers both small businesses as well as large-scale enterprises to remotely manage their inventory of Android™, iOS®, Windows® or Blackberry® smartphones and tablets – even if the company operates a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy. Featuring a unified user interface across personal and corporate devices, any business can leverage the platform regardless of their existing IT infrastructure. TCCM Mobile is fully compatible with Toshiba’s TCCM platform and can be used alongside other existing client management solutions, resulting in advanced security and compliance enforcement without the need for additional investments. Modules for Every Need: The Mobile Device Management (MDM) system allows administrators to effortlessly distribute and enforce policies across mobile devices, ensuring that all machines meet corporate security criteria. From disabling cameras to remotely wiping a lost device, administrators can even use MDM to implement device policies based on location so that users in public places are blocked from performing certain tasks. MDM can also collect individual hardware data such as network settings, real time data usage and installed apps for added convenience in addressing security risks. The Mobile Content Management (MCM) package separates personal and business data to support secure file sharing across various business applications. This protects critical company data with numerous security features including automatic encryption, user authentication and expiry deletion timers. Businesses can also leverage the Mobile Application Management (MAM) module to curb potential security breaches and increase control over BYOD devices. MAM allows administrators to distribute, delete and blacklist apps, while simultaneously boosting productivity with a secure link to internal systems, all without the need for VPN connections. Availability: TCCM Mobile will be available in the first quarter of 2016.

Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. Introduces Full-HD 3CMOS 1080p Camera

Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. introduced the latest product in the full-HD video camera family, the IK-HD5UM. The new camera is rated for medical use, meeting the IEC 60601-1 Medical Design Standards (3rd edition) requirements for medical and surgical imaging applications. The 3-CMOS high-definition video camera features a 1920 x 1080 pixel format with both DVI-D and USB3.0 outputs. It is adapted for use in surgical microscopy, surgical light camera integration, or surgical room monitoring and surveillance, and other non-patient contact and non-diagnostic imaging applications. The IK-HD5UM utilizes Toshiba Imaging's proprietary 3-chip prism block technology to provide unmatched performance, excellent sensitivity and color reproduction in real-time HD video. Other features include C-mount lens mount, remote control via RS232, switchable formats between 1080p and 1080i, up to 1,000 TV lines resolution, 5 user-configurable scene files, and a binning mode for a 4x increase in sensitivity. Improved sensitivity in the near infrared spectrum supports imaging applications that use fluorescing agents, such as ICG. The easily adaptable camera provides fine detail, rich contrast, and high def resolution for reference imagery use in education, surgical microscopy, documentation, and in-room surgical staff meetings.

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