Helping SMB with a Power of Cloud and advanced IT: Bell Systems Research Institute

Advanced IT including Cloud Computing can be powerful weapons, whereas many of SMBs have not yet fully utilized them because they have a hard time in figuring out it what can be done and how they should be implemented. Bell Systems Research Institute will help solving business issues in SMB by fully utilizing advanced IT and cloud computing in various forms including proving solutions, entrusted development, dispatching expert engineers to meet specific needs.

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Message from President

President Tadashi Kaneko

President Tadashi Kaneko

Growth and Expansion of information systems has been exceptionally fast since 1986 in which Bell Systems Research Institute was established.
Computer systems that were pretty expensive and large in scale were first used for large corporations’ business information processing and became available and utilized not only for SMB but also individuals thanks to advancement in semiconductor technologies, OS capabilities, and network and tel communications.

Technology advancement and growth in IT industry are similar to the growth of brain cells of a human being. Brain cells of a human being are under control of “OS”, a brain. Suppose small computer is a nucleus of a brain, a network is a cranial nerve. A human being with a small high performance nucleus may be a cell.
Problem is that there is no OS to control a collection of cells. Nuclear and computing system that are great innovation of human beings can be extremely hazardous without proper control and use.
Net society where an individual may not be identified is virtual. It is critical to build a net society that enables individual identification with full security and responsibility. I strongly believe that an engineer in Bell Systems Research Institute must be able to tackle big issues of the information society as a professional in IT by developing highly efficient and secure systems with correct controls, error-free adoption, and effective use of network infrastructure.