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Find in the blink of an eye: Ultra-fast data-matching technology

Find in the blink of an eye: Ultra-fast data-matching technology

Blog posts   •   Jun 21, 2017 08:00 GMT

No one can doubt that security cameras play a significant role in making the streets safer, or that they bring a sense of security to our daily lives. Yet every single camera generates huge amounts of video data—and as that builds up it becomes a problem for the people who have to work with it. Toshiba's visual data processing technologies will provide a smarter way to utilize Big Data.

No More Muda—Toshiba's Push for Perfection in NAND Flash Memories

No More Muda—Toshiba's Push for Perfection in NAND Flash Memories

Blog posts   •   Aug 04, 2016 03:00 GMT

Yokkaichi Operations, Toshiba's production site for NAND flash memories, is one of the world's largest memory production sites, and one of the most advanced. Even so, Toshiba continues to promote efforts to enhance efficiency and productivity, making full use of AI and Big Data.