Launched in 1938 under the name Tokyo Shibaura Electric K.K., Toshiba Corporation is a Japanese multinational conglomerate based in Tokyo, Japan. In 1983, leadership decided to change the name to “Toshiba” or “Toshiba Corporation”...
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Native integration with all communication platforms
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Launched in 1938 under the name Tokyo Shibaura Electric K.K., Toshiba Corporation is a Japanese multinational conglomerate based in Tokyo, Japan. In 1983, leadership decided to change the name to “Toshiba” or “Toshiba Corporation” in English. The company is listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the Nikkei 225 and TOPIX indices, the Osaka Securities Exchange and the Nagoya Stock Exchange. Toshiba is divided among the following groups: electronics devices, digital products, social infrastructure, home appliances, and other. To sustain itself amidst burgeoning international competition in the 2000s, the organization has focused on emerging businesses and growth sectors while striving to create the world’s first and number one products and services that are cost-competitive. On April 11, 2017, Toshiba filed unaudited quarterly results out of concern about Westinghouse, which had previously filed for bankruptcy protection. The current priority for Toshiba has shifted to ensuring that its net worth moves into positive territory by the close of 2017’s fiscal year.
Toshiba features cutting edge and cost-effective business to business solutions for numerous industries. It serves to meet the needs of the business, industrial, power and energy, retail, and electrical sectors. Though its products are far-reaching, some of the more popular options include VoIP solutions, uninterruptible power systems, and cloud telephone systems. Toshiba has a proven record of distributing cloud unified communication systems, hybrid cloud, and on-location business telephony solutions. A sought-after option for large and small businesses is the company’s on-site mobility used DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications). DECT is manageable over your standard Ethernet LAN and coordinates with Toshiba IP4100 cordless phones.
Toshiba has earned numerous awards since its inception. In 2017, the company earned the “Better Buys 2017 Innovative Product of the Year” award from e-STUDIO. In the year prior, it received the “Editor’s Choice Award” and Buyers Laboratory’s “Highly Recommended” award. During 2015, it was the recipient of many recognitions, such as the “Best in Biz” award from e-BRIDGE, the “Best in Class Manufacturer” award, and was a Green Electronics Council Catalyst awards finalist.