Guide to the TDK Booth at CEATEC JAPAN 2008
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September 30, 2008
TDK Corporation is operating a booth at CEATEC JAPAN 2008, a state-of-the-art information technology and electronics fair that is being held at Makuhari Messe in Chiba Prefecture from September 30 to October 4.
At the booth, which has the overall theme of "Pursuing energy saving in materials and process technology," TDK introduces its efforts to save energy and resources by utilizing various core technologies and its latest technologies and products in the fields of memory, communications, and power supplies, as well as various small electronic components.
The TDK booth is divided into two zones: a demo zone, which features TDK's energy-related technologies and products, and a product display zone, which showcases products in such fields as data storage and wireless communications, as well as the miniaturization of passive parts and the increased efficiency of energy use. Through these two zones, TDK introduces its new products that can offer cutting-edge solutions and its efforts to address environmental preservation in its products and manufacturing processes.
Main Products and Technologies Exhibited in Each Zone at the TDK Booth
- Demo Zone
This zone divides energy-related technologies and products, such as dye-sensitized solar cells, generators, highly efficient DC-DC converters, bidirectional converters, and secondary batteries, into the four categories of "generating," "storing," "converting," and "using" electricity and, centered on specific demonstrations, introduces how TDK's technologies and products can contribute to the increased efficiency of energy use.
- Product Display Zone
This zone introduces TDK's new products, including HDD heads, capacitors and inductors used in mobile equipment and digital household electric appliances, power-supply products, high-frequency parts, blue laser disc technology, SSDs (solid state drives), and sensors and transparent conductors utilizing the technology that TDK has accumulated thus far. In addition, TDK's ideas and specific activities relating to improvement of the global environment are introduced, such as CO2 reduction in the manufacturing workplace, environment-friendly products, and highly efficient analysis technology to detect harmful substances.
Location of the TDK Booth
Booth 6C140, Hall 6, Passive Components Zone, Electronic Components, Devices & Industrial Equipment Stage
For further information, contact the Corporate Communications Dept.