Our History

1996
  1. · In the dawning of the Internet, e-Parcel Inc. was founded in Boston, U.S.
1997
  1. · Bringing together the world's top-level brains including the Mensa excellent in IQ, the champion of the International Programming Olympics, the winner of the International Mathematics Olympics and the finalist of the International Chess Tournament, our company developed the basic programs and modules promptly and intensively.
  2. · Awarded "the Best Internet Software Finalist" in COMDEX, Las Vegas, which proved that our technology is the world's first and most advanced.
1998
  1. · Obtained the first dominant patent in U.S.
  2. · Started development of applied technologies for industrial use, such as compliance with multi-platform, firewall integration and construction of operating systems, etc.
1999
  1. · In the midst of the global tension right before the year 2000, e-Parcel joined a digital delivery solution competition held at the headquarters of a gigantic financial group. Attaining an overwhelming superiority over the three most prominent companies in the world, e-Parcel's next-generation solution was selected, and succeeded in constructing the network that connects 300 companies, which recorded the first large-scale industrial use.
2000
  1. · Obtained the 2nd, 3rd and 4th dominant patent in U.S.
2001
  1. · e-Parcel Corporation was established in Japan.
    (Headquarters site: Tokyo, Japan)
  2. · Obtained the 5th, 6th and 7th dominant patent in U.S.
  3. · all intellectual property of e‐Parcel.Inc in U.S. were handed over to e-Parcel Corporation.
2002
  1. · Obtained the 8th dominant patent in U.S.
  2. · Local Bankers' Association of Japan formally adopted e-Parcel for the digital delivery of bankbooks, etc. to their customers.
  3. · Hitachi Ltd. formally adopted e-Parcel as their standard protocol for electric data delivery.
2003
  1. · Obtained the 9th, 10th and 11th dominant patent in U.A.
  2. · The University of Tokyo Hospital's Hematotpoietic Regeneration Treatment Contribution Course formally adopted e-Parcel for digital delivery of the cancer genomes analysis data of a four-nation collaborative research.
2004
  1. · In light of our business expanding, e-Parcel moved headquarters from Kandasuda-cho Chiyoda-ku to Azabudai Minato-ku, Tokyo.
  2. · Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance Co.,Ltd formally adopted e-Parcel for digital delivery of various data to the contracting parties.
2005
  1. · Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. formally adopted e-Parcel as their standard protocol for electric data delivery.
  2. · The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Information and Communications Policy Bureau granted the approval certificate for new communications and broadcast business.
  3. · The number of our customers has exceeded 4,000 domestic enterprises.
2006
  1. · Japan Data Center started operation in full-scale. e-Parcel is steadily expanding its business backed by the growing awareness of the corporate information security and the demand for digital delivery of various data that keep swelling up.
2007
  1. · The e-Parcel's "IC Management Report" was created.
  2. · e-Parcel participated in the international conference "IC Summit 2007" held in Ravensburg City, German on behalf of Japanese venture companies and spoke on IC Management.
2008
  1. · In light of our business expanding, e-Parcel moved headquarters from Azabudai Minato-ku to Niban-cho Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo.
2009
  1. · The number of our customers has exceeded 5,000 domestic enterprises.
2010
  1. · e-Parcel provided a next generation electronic delivery service for next generation protocols.
  2. · e-Parcel participated in the following international conferences and do lectures.
  3.     ·Brussels:
         "Japan-Europe Symposium on Business Reporting
          for Sustainability"
        ·Paris:
         "The World Conference on Intellectual Capital
          for Communities Sixth Edition"
  4. · e-Parcel entered into the "Exclusive License Agreement" with a patent agent in U.S.
2011
  1. · Provided the e-Parcel secure data delivery service as an urgent data communication means without charge for the 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku Earthquake in Japan as major natural disaster.
  2. · Our patent agent started a lawsuit of patent infringement against ten American major enterprises in state of Texas, USA. (Subsequently three enterprises added)
  3. · e-Parcel made the patent license agreement with Research In Motion Limited which developed the BlackBerry as smartphone.
  4. · e-Parcel made the patent license agreement with three enterprises of the other party. (non-disclosure)
2012
  1. · e-Parcel Satellite Server was released. (February 3rd, 2012 edition of the newspaper "Nikkei Sangyo Shimbun")
  2. · e-Parcel made the patent license agreement with total nine enterprises of the other party including six major enterprises below. (three enterprises are non-disclosure)
    Verizon Patent and Licensing Inc., Google Inc. AOL Inc. AT&TServices, Inc. YellowPages.com LLC. SAVVIS Inc.
2013
  1. · The number of our customers has exceeded 6,000 domestic enterprises.
  2. · The front page of Nikkei Sangyo Shimbun carried an account of our new product. (June 3rd, 2013 edition of the newspaper "Nikkei Sangyo Shimbun")
  3. · The front page of Nikkei Sangyo Shimbun carried an account of our intellectual asset rights. (September 24th, 2013 edition of the newspaper "Nikkei Sangyo Shimbun")
2014
  1. · e-Parcel Bridge Server was released.
2015
  1. · Started to provide products for OEM.
2016
  1. · e-Parcel VCN-AX ARM was released. (November 28, 2016 edition of the newspaper "Nikkei Sangyo Shimbun")

 

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