The latest WiMAX-related exhibition in Japan was WIRELESS JAPAN 2009.Currently CEATEC JAPAN 2009 being held from October 6 to 10 at Makuhari Messe (Nippon Convention Center),Chiba City,Japan.
The exhibition’s theme was Digital Convergence – Defining the Shape of Our Future with total visitors 26.653 on Oct 6, 31.405 on Oct 7 and 12.793 on Oct 8.
CEATEC JAPAN is the Cutting-edge IT & Electronics Comprehensive Exhibition.As a comprehensive IT and electronics trade show where world-leading technologies, products and services are announced, CEATEC JAPAN is the focus of close attention by the industry and a truly wide range of users.
Media from around the world also focus on CEATEC JAPAN because of its comprehensive coverage of electronic components, devices and end products, as well as the CEATEC JAPAN Conference, which offers opinions and messages from global industry leaders.
Exhibitions are divided into two stages :
Digital Network Stage
Here are the products that drive digital convergence, including digital home appliances, mobile products, network products, software and contents.This is one of the most popular parts of CEATEC JAPAN because visitors can hold and try out many of the products on display.
Electronic Components, Devices & Industrial Equipment Stage
The diffusion of information appliances, broadband, wireless communications, IP and digital broadcasting is raising demand and expectations for electronic components and devices. This Stage comprises specific Zones that make it easy to access just the information visitors seek.
Only UQ Communications and Intel booth were showcased WiMAX technology.Both were in very close location.
Just like at INTEROP TOKYO 2009 and WIRELESS JAPAN 2009, UQ Communications placed WiMAX Touch and Try round display on the front.Displayed many WiMAX-enabled notebooks such as Panasonic Let’s Note S8, Panasonic Let’s Note N8,MSI X340, MSI X600, Toshiba Dynabook, and Onkyo Sotec C2045A.
UQ Communications displayed Kohjinsha PM1WX16SA,the WiMAX-enabled UMPC and Yukyung Viliv S5, the first GPS/WiMAX-enabled MID.
In addition for MID, Elektrobit, Quanta, Aava has also mocked the concept model on display.
Another WiMAX devices made by C-motech that available soon was DATA01, the USB WiMAX/CDMA modem for au KDDI.
Intel wireless module which named Intel Centrino Advanced-N+ WiMAX 6250 also displayed. The Intel 6250 improved the speed of maximum downstream 20Mbps and upstream up to 6Mbps compare to the Intel WiMAX/WiFi Link 5150.
Also, car navigation reference made by Clarion was displayed, named Mobile Internet Navigation Device (MiND).At Intel booth parked a concept car with Clarion MiND which connected to UQ WiMAX .This Atom processors’ low power consumption will make it greener when used on Electric Vehicle.
In addition UQ Communication also displayed WiMAX solution from Kyocera which operates in JR East’s “E259 system” Narita Express train.The WiMAX solution including roof antenna and router. JR test station has been set up in Akihabara and Shinjuku Station East
Enjoy WiMAX highlights photos from CEATEC JAPAN 2009 :
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