History of ZUKEN ELMIC


2016
Developed IoT product to link with network camera and FA system
Reduction the capital to 500 million yen
2014
Listed on the second section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange
Developed automotive Ethernet middleware jointly with Renesas Electronics Corporation
2013
Developed ECHONET Lite communication standard compatible middleware that easily realizes home network
2012
Middleware product "Ze-PRO IPrec" won the Daly industory Newspaper Selection Ten Greatest Products Award
Partnership with Ryoho Electro Co., Ltd. on the sale of middleware products
2009
Merge Zuken SoC division
Sales release: IP-Cipher
Rename to ZUKEN ELMIC,INC.
Development of protocol products that realize ONVIF communication standardization of network cameras
2008
Business and financial alliance with Zuken
2007
Sales release: Option software LLMNR for KASAGO TCP/IP
2006
Alliance agreement with Toden-Uquest. Elmic sells Toden's USB host driver
Sales release: Option software 'IPsec' for KASAGO TCP/IP
2005
Got "IPv6 Ready Logo Phase-2" for KASAGO IPv6
Increased the capital to 1,202.03 million yen
Established jointly as Elmic Wescom Inc.
2004
Released SoftComGEM300
Released Cicadus
2003
Released KASAGO Mobile IPv6
Got "IPv6 Ready Logo" for KASAGO IPv6 as the first embedded IPv6 protocol stack in Japan
2002
Released KASAGO IPv6
2000
Released the ELX-ITRON
IPO on the Mothers Stock Exchange on 25 July.
Released the SoftCom series
1999
Developed Kasago Web Browser and Kasago Web Browser for Windows® CE
Licensed as a distributor of Microsoft Windows® CE
1998
Released Web Server and Mailer, Kasago TCP/IP applications
1997
Increased the capital to 327.54 million yen
1996
Got Microsoft "get ISDN" first in the world
Increased the capital to 204.99 million yen
1995
Released GEM, a communications software package for semiconductor manufacturing equipment
1993
Released mp-ins, an  ISDN board for LAN-WAN connection via ISDN. Implemented the PPP-over-ISDN feature first in the world
Increased the capital to 147.69 million yen
1991
Released the PC-INS series of ISDN boards
1990
Increased the capital to 136 million yen
1989
Released a multifunctional telephone set for emergency report
Released ELX-286, a real-time/multitask monitor for i80286
Increased the capital to 62.5 million yen
1988
Released the extended versions of PC-COM/V50 and the ELX board series
1985
Produced and released EL-PAD/PC, a control system for DDX packet network terminals
1984
Established the Osaka Office
1983
Released ELX-86M, a real-time/multitask monitor for i8086
1977
Established in Yokohama, as a total system house for the purpose of developing hardware and software related to microcomputers