Japan's Computer and Communications Industry: The Evolution of Industrial Giants and Global Competitiveness

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INDEX
AG Communications Systems 99-100
Aiso, Prof. 62
AKE 12 switch ( Ericsson) 49
Alcatel 21
in cluster of companies 110-11
coherence and performance 107
in digital switching 60, 63
emergence of 87-9
E10 ( Plato) switch 52, 55, 60, 68-9
financial performance 498-501
innovation and performance 108-9
market share, central office switching equipment 99-100
R&D 298, 434
system integration and business range 427, 429
in telecommunications switching industry 43
vertical integration and performance 108
Allen, Bob320
Allen, Paul172
All-Japan Telecommunications Workers' Union 381, 388
Alsthom, seeAlcatel
Altair computer 170-1
Amdahl, Dr Gene149
American Bell Telephone Company24
American Micro Devices 169
Anchordoguy, M. 150, 152
Anritsu 39
Aoki, Masahiko453-4
Apple Computers 173-4, 270-1, 275
Araskog, R. V.81-3
Arrow, Kenneth282
Arthur, W. B. 482
Asai, Koh329
Associated Electrical Industries 91, 94
ATM (asynchronous transfer mode) switches 84
broadband information superhighway ( Japan) 113-14; belief systems in 117-21; and controlled competition 121-3; development of 114-23, 488; implementation of 123; participants in 117
AT&T 21, 24-5
in computer industry 132-3, 136
in fibre optics 204, 224, 230, 234, 246; diffusion of technology 213-15, 216-19
and NEC 319, 320; strategic alliance with 347-8
and NNT's globalization 394, 403-4
and Northern Telecom 60, 70-1
in PBX market 495
performance, compared 502-3
system integration and business range 427-8
in telecommunications 43; in ATM project 117; central office switching equipment 99-100; in cluster of companies 110-11; coherence and performance 106; No. 4 ESS switch 52-3, 68; No. 5 ESS switch 58-61, 68, 85, vision failure over 58; innovation and performance 109; and space division switching 47
and VLSI project (MITI) 164
automatic fingerprint identification system 323-30
competences, creation of 323-4
competitive edge of 325-7
development process 328-30; chronology of 328; post-innovation improvements 330; research, transfer of 328; sub-systems 328-30
significance of 325
superiority of 326-7
system accuracy 324
Automatic Telephone and Electric 91, 94
AXE-10 digital switch ( Ericsson) 55, 86, 89, 103, 506-9
Ayukawa, G.30, 31
Bachman, D. L.479
Baird, J. L.467
Bardeen, John45
Baudot, Émile49
Bayer 432
Behn, Sosthenes33, 51, 79
belief systems in industry 2
and digital switching 56
and information revolution 451-2
Japanese companies 71-3
Northern Telecom 71-3
by NTT in ATM project 117-21
and unified theory of firm 459-63
Bell, Alexander Graham24, 28, 466
Bell Canada 55-8
Bell Communications Research (Bellcore) 60
Bell Laboratories:
and digital switching 63
No. 4 ESS switch 52-3, 61
ESSEX switch 52
in fibre optics research 216-19, 237
and NEC's research 304-5, 306, 314, 320-1
and space division Switching 46, 51-2
and transistors 45-6
Bell Northern Research 55-8

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