Read about R&D activities at NTT Laboratories by clicking on the following links to this year's R&D Annual Report.
Technologies for advancing and supporting the sharing of content, including broadcasts, advertisements, music and games, over networks.
Technologies for achieving common functions essential to content sharing business and electronic commerce such as copyright management, electronic settlement, and information delivery.
Technologies for establishing a base network infrastructure including optical networks, wireless and satellite, all of which are essential to guaranteed bandwidth and broadband telecommunication.
•ASP Service Performance Evaluation for Corporations
•Multi-Layer, Multi-Domain Network Virtualization
•Transport Network Technology
•Indoor Optical Cable for Restricted Spaces
•Small Satellite Earth Stations for Disaster Recovery Operations
•Sea-Salt Corrosion Risk Visualization System
•100-Gbit/s Optical Transmission Field Trial Using Digital Signal Processor
•Programmable Network Virtualization Technologies for Future Networks
Terminal technologies for ubiquitous services and software technologies related to solution businesses.
Technologies in fields such as optical devices, material science, and information science, at the true cutting-edge of a new era.
•Wave Field Synthesis for Realtime Sound Field Transmission
•Millimeter-Wave Scanner: Precise Imaging Technique for Nondestructive Inspection
•Monolithically Integrated Light Source for Future 100 GbE Transceiver
•Phase-Sensitive Amplifier Capable for Ultra-Low-Noise Amplification
•Optic Flow Facilitates Smooth Handwriting
•Formal Verification Method of Anonymity and Privacy
•Quantum Memory: Storing Superconducting Qubit Information
•Unraveling Exotic Electronic States for Error-Free Quantum Computing
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