President and CEO
October 1, 2004
NOF Tameike Building, 7F
1-1-14 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052
Tel : 81-3-6229-9851 Fax : 81-3-6229-9852
Japan Digital Serve Corporation
Information & Communication Business
･｢Sales of mobile solutions
･｢Smartphones and Android terminals introduction and support to corporations
･｢Sales of image recognition engines
･｢Planning, developing, operating mobile content and applications
･｢Systems architecture and integration for corporations
Broadcasting & Media Business
･｢Planning, developing, selling solutions for data broadcasting
･｢Planning, developing, operating BML content for data broadcasting
･｢Multimedia broadcasting, architecture and integration of Area One-Seg systems
･｢Planning, developing, operating game content and applications
Part of the ITX Group business formed by three companies is spun off to establish Quattro Media as a new business.
The head office moves to the Landic Akasaka Building in Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo.
Quattro Media delivers a 3D game to the US company Verizon Wireless.
UI customizable middleware VIVID UI is developed in a joint effort with Acrodea.
Quattro Media collaborates with Olympus on business development of the SyncR solution for site introduction.
Quattro Media acquires the broadcasting services business from Digital Interactive Dynamics through a business transfer.
Aplix Solutions is established as a new company in a joint venture with Aplix Corporation.
A full browser for mobile phones is developd in a joint effort with Picsel Technologies Inc.
Head office moves to the Akasaka Kyowa Building in Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo.
Quattro Media participates in planning of demonstration experiment using BML in the Fukuoka Ubiquitous Special Zone.
Device management services are provided for smartphones in the SaaS format.
Quattro Media participates in planning of demonstration experiment for automatic storage-type multimedia broadcasting services in the Fukuoka Ubiquitous Special Zone.
Introductory and support services for Android smartphones begin.
A reorganization is implemented, establishing two business departments: the Information & Communication Department and the Broadcast & Media Department.
Head office moves to the Akasaka Twin Tower (Main Tower) in Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo.