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10 Feb, 2016
NRC Authorizes Issuance of the COLs for South Texas Project Units 3 and 4
Toshiba Corporation and its Charlotte-based subsidiary Toshiba America Nuclear Energy Corporationtoday announced that the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission commissioners have authorized issuance of the combined licenses for South Texas Project Units 3 and 4 in response to Nuclear Innovation North America LLC’s application.
5 Feb, 2016
Toshiba's Advanced Propulsion System to Drive Nishitetsu Railroad's New Trains
Toshiba Corporation has received an order to provide train propulsion and other key electrical systems to Nishi-Nippon Railroad Co., Ltd., the major operator of private rail services in Fukuoka, northern Kyushu. The equipment will be installed in 18 new Series 9000 trains that Nishitetsu will introduce on its main line, the 78-kilometer Tenjin Omuta Line between Fukuoka City and Omuta City, in March 2017. Toshiba will start to ship equipment in May this year.
4 Feb, 2016
Toshiba Transmission & Distribution Systems (India) Pvt. Ltd. steps up its ‘Make in India’ drive with the introduction of new products manufacturing lines at its Hyderabad factory
Toshiba Transmission & Distribution Systems (India) Pvt. Ltd.(TTDI) today announced the completion of a major 3-billion Yen investment (approx.US$30-million) at its Hyderabad factory, that has boosted production capacity for transformers up by 50%, and established a new line for production of “New Technology”switchgears like Gas Insulated Switchgears and Solid Insulated Switchgears. The expansion will allow TTDI to meet growing demand in India and globally.
3 Feb, 2016
Toshiba Develops a Wide-Input-Voltage-Range High-Efficiency Switched-Capacitor DC-DC Converter for Wireless IC
Toshiba Corporation today announced the development of an on-chip switched-capacitor DC-DC converter for wireless ICs that offers up to 95.8% efficiency with a 0.85-to-3.6V wide input voltage range, and a 0.1-to-1.9V wide output voltage range. The DC-DC converter extends the battery life of wireless devices, and supports use of both 3V lithium battery and 1.5V alkaline battery with the same design. This advance was announced at the 2016 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) in San Francisco, California, on February 2.



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