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Ubiquitous Corporation opened its first research facility outside Japan, named the Ubiquitous Silicon Valley Innovation Center, in Silicon Valley, California.

The facility, which will be operational from September 14, is located at 425 Broadway Street in Redwood City, California. According to the firm its Ubiquitous Silicon Valley Innovation Center will focus on accelerating its Internet of Things related effort, and opportunities for new business by building relationship with partners in Silicon Valley such as emerging technology startups.

“Since we are receiving increasing inquiries on our products and services from overseas such as North America, USIC will also focus on promoting Ubiquitous Corporation's products/services and technologies, such as QuickBoot and IoT-related products to the industry segments such as Smart Car, Smart Home, and Smart Devices,” company officials said.

Ubiquitous Corporation was established in 2001 aiming to provide ubiquitous network connectivity technologies. Today Ubiquitous Corporation is not only a leading Embedded Software provider, but also a solution provider for Connected Car and Connected Home industry with Energy Management solutions.