NEC Casio Mobile Communications
NEC Casio Mobile Communications, established 1 May 2010, is a joint venture between three Japanese electronics manufacturers NEC, Casio and Hitachi, where NEC owns 70.74%, Casio 20.00% and Hitachi 9.26%. The company designs and manufactures mobile phones and related products. The company is the second largest maker of mobile terminals in Japan. The company headquarters is in Kawasaki, Kanagawa.
The company was formed as a merger between the mobile handset division of NEC and the former joint venture between Casio and Hitachi, Casio Hitachi Mobile Communications, established 1 April, 2004.
In the United States and Japan, NEC Casio Mobile also manufactures phones under the Casio G'zOne brand.
- Corporate profile
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- "Casio and Hitachi Announce Joint Venture Details For Casio Hitachi Mobile Communications Co., Ltd.". Casio Computer Co., Ltd.
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