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Internet Initiative Japan Inc., together with its subsidiaries, offers Internet connectivity, WAN, outsourcing, systems integration, and equipment sales services primarily in Japan. It operates through two segments, Network Services and Systems Integration Business, and ATM Operation Business. The company’s Internet connectivity services for enterprise include IP services and IIJ data center connectivity services, IIJ FiberAccess/F and IIJ DSL/F services, IIJ mobile services, dial-up access services, and other Internet connectivity services comprising IIJ ISDN/F and IIJ line management/F services. Its Internet connectivity services for consumers consist of various service line-ups, including ADSL, fiber optic, WiMAX, 3G, and LTE wireless data connections under the IIJ4U, IIJmio, and hi-ho brand names. The company also offers WAN services, a closed network service primarily using dedicated lines to corporate customers; outsourcing services that comprise security-related, network-related, server-related, data center-related, and IIJ GIO/Hosting package services for non-customizable hosting package cloud computing services; and customer support and help desk solutions, and IP phone services. In addition, it provides systems integration services, which include consulting, project planning, systems design, and development of network systems, which primarily focus on Internet business systems, and Intranet and Extranet corporate information systems; and systems operation and maintenance services. Further, the company sells routers, iPads, and other equipment, as well as provides automated teller machine (ATM) services. It operates 29 primary points of presence (POP) for dedicated access and 1 universal POP for nationwide dial-up access; and 26 Internet data centers. As of March 31, 2015, the company operated 1,059 ATMs. Internet Initiative Japan Inc. was founded in 1992 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

2,835 Employees
Last Reported Date: 07/10/15
Founded in 1992

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Internet Initiative Japan Inc. to Enhance the Feature Set of the IIJ Secure MX Service

Internet Initiative Japan Inc. announced that it will enhance the feature set of the IIJ Secure MX Service (Secure MX)-a cloud-based email-security service that provides a range of security measures for enterprise customers-through the addition of the Sandbox Option on October 5, 2015. This new feature effectively counters targeted email attacks. Sandboxing is a security technique whereby files attached to emails are executed within a secure virtual environment, and suspicious files are detected based on observing the files' behavior. By detecting and blocking both known and previously unknown malware, sandboxing is an effective means of defending against increasingly advanced and sophisticated targeted email attacks. Features include: Delivers an assetless solution to targeted email-based attacks- Because the option is provided as SaaS, customers can take advantage of a solution for targeted email attacks without incurring the costs and overhead of owning and operating assets in-house. The option's minimum usage period is only one month, and it can be used for as few as one email account. Therefore, customers can try the option out on a small scale, such as by deploying it only for publicly available email addresses. To match users' environments within Japan, the sandbox platform is implemented using a Japanese-language version of the Windows operating system and Japanese-language applications; Can be used with other providers' email services- The option can be used by customers that operate their own email systems in-house or by those that use Office 365, Google Apps, or another email service from a third-party provider. It enables such customers to bolster their security measures easily and at minimal cost; and Provides stronger protection against targeted threats through layered defense- Currently, Secure MX offers a variety of security features, including Click Protect, which detects and blocks attempts to lure users to malicious URLs; Antivirus, which delivers a high detection rate through multiplexing of several antivirus engines; and Sending Domain Authentication, which can detect phishing emails sent from malicious sending servers and reject them. With the addition of the new sandboxing feature, IIJ will deliver a solution to sophisticated targeted email attacks by providing layered defense that combines multiple features.

Internet Initiative Japan Inc. Unveils Aterm MR04LN Mobile Wi-Fi Router

Internet Initiative Japan Inc. has announced the addition of the Aterm MR04LN mobile Wi-Fi router to the lineup of communications devices in its mobile data communications service for enterprises, the IIJ Mobile Service/Type D and IIJ Mobile Service/Type DS which use NTT DOCOMO's network. The Aterm MR04LN is an LTE-Advanced-compatible Wi-Fi router that provides high-speed transmissions by using carrier aggregation. The device also supports quad-band LTE (2GHz, 1.7GHz, 1.5GHz, and 800MHz), delivering stable LTE communications throughout a wide area. In addition to wireless LAN and USB connections, the router supports low-power Bluetooth tethering that delivers around 24 hours of continuous transmissions on a single battery charge. The router comes equipped with slots for two SIM cards, making it dual-SIM capable. Customers can switch between two communications services-for example, a work service and a personal service-as required, without needing to physically swap SIM cards. IIJ will offer the router for use in IIJ Mobile Service/Type D (fixed fee plan L and three-tier pricing plan L) and Type DS (fixed fee plan L), both of which use NTT DOCOMO's LTE/3G network. IIJ also plans to offer the device for accessing its Type K service, which uses KDDI au's 4G LTE network, with a target release date in October 2015. IIJ will continue to expand and enhance its lineup of services to offer its customers even greater levels of convenience.

Internet Initiative Japan Inc. Unveils New Cloud-Managed WLAN Service

Internet Initiative Japan Inc. unveiled the new @WiFi, a cloud-managed wireless LAN, or WLAN, service. The service will provide everything required for WLAN environments equipment procurement, implementation, and post-deployment operations management all at low cost and from a one-stop shop. Via its cloud computing infrastructure, IIJ Global will centrally manage configurations relating to WLAN access points on behalf of customers. This will allow customers to begin using a high-speed WLAN environment just by connecting a device to its LAN, and at the same time reducing initial cost and operational overhead. Features include reduces customers' operational overhead, reduces initial investment costs through assetless operations and Offers support 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. When a WLAN access point is connected to the Internet via a LAN cable, the access point automatically downloads configurations from the cloud. Because IIJ Global manages the settings data in the cloud, customers do not need to perform on-site work to update software or settings, reducing operational complexity. IIJ Global provides the service for a single monthly fee that includes the cost of equipment, software, operations, and help desk support. Customers can start with a small implementation at a low-cost and then scale up their WLAN environments as required with no IT asset management. The help desks at IIJ Global's support center are able to respond to any problem, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Customers can choose from two service types, depending on their purposes and installation site conditions such as Type-M and Type-S. Type-M employs Cisco Systems' cloud networking WLAN products, the Cisco Meraki series, which allows in-store customers to connect to Wi-Fi by checking in on the store's Facebook page. Wi-Fi with Facebook Login lets the store use its Wi-Fi service as a marketing tool. Furthermore, by combining Type-M with a dedicated power supply, the service can be deployed even in environments in which construction to add power outlets would be difficult. Type-S employs IIJ's proprietary "SA-W1" cloud-based service adaptor, and the service is best suited for customers that want to use a secure, high-speed WLAN environment while keeping monthly fees low. IIJ Global plans to offer Type-S starting in late October 2015.


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