Corporate News & Events
As we wrap up 2018 here at TOYOTech, the LAB business unit, in its first year of existence, we thought it would be helpful to take a look back and review the first product that we introduced earlier in the year.
It was during the Display Week in Los Angeles in May that we released the new LT1000 Ion Impurity Analyzer. This analyzer provides a completely innovative method to characterize and measure ion impurity levels in many liquid-based substances. It is an electrochemical analytical tool for impurity assay. Conventional measurement solutions of this class are based on a chemical analysis approach and as such are designed to mainly measure impurity (not ions) and inorganic ion impurity. The patent-pending LT1000 is the first measurement solution of its kind to measure not only inorganic ions but organic ones as well.
Furthermore, the LT1000 is extremely sensitive. It detects even the most minute (in the parts per trillion (ppt) range) of ion concentrations. The high resolution and accuracy provide an ability for lab engineers and technicians to detect impurities in test materials which is second to none in the industry. A full test cycle can be completed in a second compared to conventional ion chromatography methods, which can take upwards of one hour. This is 3,600 times faster. I do not have to tell you what this can mean for your workflows and your time-critical projects.
We are also releasing two new state of the art stages or shielding boxes for the LT1000 co-developed in partnership with a pioneer in the industry. The enhanced version of the stage will feature a temperature control function. Both of the new stages support test cells, engineered and designed by TOYOTech. Test cells are vessels where you load the liquid substance in which you would like to test. The stages will be available at the end of the year.
One of the most important features of the LT1000 is the way in which it is managed. When you acquire an LT1000, we will provide you also with controlling software that runs on either a Windows PC or a Mac. There are two means in which a computer connects to an LT1000. One way is through a standard Ethernet connection using a RJ45 cable. The second way is through a WLAN connection. With the latter method, this permits a LT1000 and a “stage” to be put inside a “glove” box or container to perform a certain class of tests without having to worry about cabling or other connection considerations.
As I look at the new year ahead of us, I can tell you that we are excited about what’s in store for our customers. So please make sure you stay connected with us so you can be among the first to be informed. And if you want to learn more about the LT1000, please drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.Steve Wong VP of Marketing & Product Management email@example.com
FREMONT, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–TOYOTech, a wholly owned subsidiary of TOYO Corporation (Tokyo Stock Exchange 1st Division, Code:8151), and Garland Technology today announced a broad technical partnership.
Garland Technology, headquartered in Buffalo, NY, is an industry leader in providing network access products that offer full packet visibility for complex data center environments. Garland has experienced tremendous growth in the past few years. Recently, the company was named one of the fastest growing companies in the Buffalo region. TOYO Corporation has successfully carried Garland Technology’s products in the Japanese and APAC regions. So, it is only logical to carry this partnership into the North America markets. Garland Technology’s full line of network TAPs and Network Packet Brokers are an ideal match for TOYO Corporation’s SYNESIS packet capture system. The combined solution is data center ready and opens up new markets in security and finance for our partners.
TOYO’s SYNESIS is the only packet capture system that can record packet data without loss up to 100GbE. This is a game changer solution for network teams that depend on packet-level visibility for troubleshooting issues in high speed networks.
“Mirroring data traffic into network analyzers has been problematic due to the many capture points, often varying in speeds and physical configurations. Garland Technology solves that problem with their powerful lines of TAPs and Network Packet Brokers,” said Frank Rubio, Senior Director of Business Development, Garland Technology. “TOYO SYNESIS is a great addition to Garland’s technology partner ecosystem since the solution provides line rate packet capture from 1GbE up to 100GbE without packet loss. This combination simplifies deployment and reduces cost and footprint.”
TOYO Corporation, which has been successfully reselling Garland Technology TAPs combined with matching SYNESIS models in the Japanese and APAC regions, established this technology partnership as a best-of-class network visibility solution.
“Part of our network division’s success in the past few years has been due to our partnership with Garland Technology. We’re looking forward to repeating that success outside of Japan. Our common channel partners will have the optimal solution for teams that require full packet visibility in the most demanding environments,” said Tatsushi Nakamura, Global Business Manager, TOYO Corporation.
For our shared channel partners, the joint solution will negate the performance limitations they’ve been facing in their current offerings, especially with the increased popularity of 40G and 100G.
“Garland Technology will allow my customers to see and analyze all of their data from any location, no matter at what speed. Now we have a great solution for my customers where Garland Technology TAPs and network packet brokers provide the visibility and SYNESIS records all. When a network outage occurs, packets are available to determine root cause,” said Chris Johnson, President, OASYS Corp. “For security breaches, detailed forensic research is possible since even the lowest volume flows would have been recorded.”
To kick off this partnership the two companies are offering a special certified entry-level SYNESIS portable and TAP joint solution (https://toyotechus.com/10g_synesis_promotion/). Any packet visibility requirement though, can be met given the numerous TAP and SYNESIS models from both Garland Technology and TOYO Corporation, respectively.
TOYOTech LLC, founded in Fremont, California in 2015, is a wholly owned local subsidiary of TOYO Corporation. TOYOTech provides the customers in the US and several other countries with TOYO Corporation’s self-developed products incorporating the know-how and technologies accumulated over many decades, as well as TOYOTech’s own-developed products that are unique in the markets – these include test and measurement solutions for automobile, new materials, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), and EMC applications among others. At the same time, TOYOTech keeps a keen eye on the newly emerging technologies and up-to-date information in Silicon Valley, a holy site of innovation, actively collaborating with startups and seeking M&A opportunities.
About Garland Technology
Garland Technology is an industry leader delivering network products and solutions for enterprises, service providers, and government agencies worldwide. Since 2011, Garland Technology has developed the industry’s most reliable test access points (TAPs), enabling data centers to address IT challenges and gain complete network visibility. For more information, or learn more about the inventor of the first bypass TAP, visit www.GarlandTechnology.com or @GarlandTech.
We’re holding a great promotion on a 10G SYNESIS Portable solution. Click on the following for details: https://toyotechus.com/10g_synesis_promotion/
Rototest and TOYO Corporation: Expanding Sales Trilaterally in Japan, the United States, and China
TOYOTech obtains the exclusive right to market “ROTOTEST® Energy™”, an advanced hub-coupled chassis dynamometer system, in the United States, helping customers evaluate the Dynamics and Energy Flow of EVs, FCVs, and Other Electric Vehicles
Tokyo, Japan – August 28, 2018 – TOYO Corporation (Head office: Chuo-ku, Tokyo, President and CEO: Masaru Gomi) announced that its United States (US) subsidiary TOYOTech LLC (in Fremont, CA) has acquired the exclusive right to market the advanced hub-coupled chassis dynamometer “ROTOTEST® Energy™” in the US. Rototest dynamometers allow for steering control while testing a real vehicle on it. TOYOTech will launch the dynamometer on September 3, 2018 in the US automobile market, where investments in technology development for self-driving cars and EVs/FCVs are active. The addition of the “ROTOTEST® Energy™” dynamometer in conjunction with a diverse array of pertinent measurement instruments and technologies will cement it as one of the top testing solutions required to develop next-generation automotive technologies.
TOYO Corporation has been the exclusive distributor for Rototest Europe AB (Head office: Rönninge, Sweden), the manufacturer of ” ROTOTEST® Energy™,” since December 2015 in Japan, and since February 2018 in China. Capitalizing on the momentum of this partnership formation in the US, TOYO Corporation is aiming to accelerate its trilateral sales expansion of “ROTOTEST® Energy™” in Japan, the US, and China.
Outstanding Features of “ROTOTEST® Energy™”
TOYOTech LLC, founded in Fremont, California in 2015, is a wholly owned local subsidiary of TOYO Corporation. TOYOTech provides the customers in the US and several other countries with TOYO Corporation’s self-developed products incorporating the know-how and technologies accumulated over many decades, as well as TOYOTech’s own-developed products that are unique in the markets – these include test and measurement solutions for automobile, new materials, ICT, and EMC applications among others.
At the same time, TOYOTech keeps a keen eye on the newly emerging technologies and up-to-date information in Silicon Valley, a holy site of innovation, actively collaborating with startups and seeking M&A opportunities.
Rototest, the premier supplier of advanced high-dynamic hub-coupled dynamometers for a wide range of automotive applications, has extended its distribution partnership agreement with TOYO Corporation into the United States in addition to exclusive rights for Japan and China. “We are continuing our focus on expanding TOYO Corporation’s array of testing products for more industries through distribution partnerships with world class companies,” said Masaru Gomi, President & CEO of TOYO Corporation. “Founded more than 60 years ago, TOYO’s extensive knowledge of local and international markets will help customers in the United States discover these advanced and powerful automobile test and measurement offerings from Rototest.”
The patent‐pending LT1000, supporting broad applications including organic light‐emitting diode (OLED) and smart window component analysis for the display industry, will revolutionize measurement workflows
Display Week 2018, Los Angeles, CA, May 22, 2018 ‐ TOYO Corporation, the leading test and measurement company, today announced the new LT1000 Ion Impurity Measurement System, the first laboratory instrument able to characterize and quantify both organic and inorganic ion impurity in liquid‐based substances. The product is the culmination of over twenty years of liquid crystal display (LCD) measurement research and development work carried out by TOYO’s engineering teams. The LT1000 provides measurement performance, testing accuracy and material type support that far exceeds any other solution available in the marketplace.
Existing impurity measurement methods are based on a chemical analysis approach. They are designed to measure only impurity and operate only on inorganic materials. The LT1000 probes organic and inorganic materials by measuring their ion impurity, the most accurate and reliable measurement method known. This ability paves the way for the testing of newer sample types that feature organic materials. Hence, the instrument can be used to not only test critical LCD components and subcomponents but also OLED ones relied upon by the display industry.
Unlike some other techniques which measure in the parts per million (ppm) range, the LT1000 measures in the parts per trillion (ppt) range, providing for a million times better resolution.
The LT1000 also outclasses other solutions in performance. It can conduct a complete measurement cycle in less than a second. In comparison, traditional approaches can take upwards of 30 minutes. The LT1000 is more than 1,800 times faster. In a lab setting, this translates to accelerated research and development workflows. In a production and manufacturing environment, the LT1000 makes high‐volume testing possible.
The TOYO Corporation LT1000 Ion Impurity Measurement System will begin sampling for select customers beginning in August 2018. It will be generally available in October 2018. For pricing and further information, please visit www.toyotechus.com or follow us on Linkedin and Twitter.
About TOYO Corporation
TOYO Corporation (TSE: 8151) is a Japanese technology company headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, with subsidiaries in the United States and China. Since its founding in 1953, TOYO has become the leading distributor of advanced measurement instruments and systems in Japan. TOYO also engages in original product designs and develops advanced solutions for many of the markets that it serves including automotive, sustainable energy, and cybersecurity industries. TOYO’s innovative products are used by many leading companies in Japan, the United States and APAC countries, helping TOYO’s customers accelerate development, reduce time‐to‐market, and improve product quality. For more information, please visit the company’s website at https://www.toyo.co.jp/english/.
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TOYO will exhibit at EMC Fest on 5/10 to showcase TOYO EMC test software and system, Keysight EMI receiver, GTS OTA measurement solution, API near-field EMI scanner, NEC EMI simulation software, EMIStream. If you have time, please join us!!! http://www.emcfest.org