Toshiba Electronic Devices and Storage Corporation (TOSHIBA) has delivered intelligent and visionary innovations to Taiwan as Toshiba Electronic Components Taiwan Corporation (TET) since 1979.

With semiconductor and storage solutions designed to excite the marketplace, the company has become a single-source partner for customers seeking design, manufacturing, marketing and sales solutions.

TET operates as a representative office of Toshiba Energy Systems and Solutions Corp. and Toshiba Infrastructure Systems and Solutions Corporation.

“We work closely with our customers from design and development to final product delivery,” said TET President Takao Yagi.

“By defining the correct product mix and delivering technology-driven innovations, we have established very strong relationships with original equipment manufacturers, original design manufacturers, contract manufacturers, value-added resellers, retailers and distribution partners.”

The company delivers hard disk drives (HDDs), discrete semiconductors, high-end microcontrollers, application-specific integrated circuits and other products for personal computers, power supply, automotive, multimedia, industrial, server and data center application solutions.

Today’s smartphones, computers, tablets, digital cameras, medical devices, networking and enterprise applications rely on the company’s semiconductor and storage product solutions.

Delivering industry-leading HDDs for enterprises and consumers, one product represents the company’s high-technology innovations.

To support enterprise-storage solution providers as they look to achieve their total cost of ownership objectives, Toshiba introduced the world’s first and only 14 terabyte HDD — the MG07ACA Series — at the end of last year.

“Companies require reliable data-storage solutions and innovations in cloud-computing, and the “internet of things” and data center management are driving the industry,” said Yagi.

TOSHIBA is constantly innovating, providing solutions and building strong relationships with clients.

“Our consumer market in Taiwan has always been very strong as we continue to focus on developing this important part of business,” said Yagi. “With technology-driven advancements in information technology and automation, we are also looking to grow our industrial client base as we expand our total business.”

In infrastructure systems, TET’s commitment to Taiwan can be seen in the successful delivery of advanced solutions to public sector infrastructure projects undertaken in partnership with Taiwanese companies.

“We are looking forward to the future,” concluded Yagi. “Our intention is to continue to innovate while strengthening our partnerships and contributing to the dynamic economy of Taiwan.”