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NEC Electronics, Shanghai Jiaotong University Joint Research Towards Microcomputer for Car Systems.

Tokyo, Japan, Jan 12, 2007 - (JCN) - NEC Electronics Corporation in China today announced the opening of a new micro-electronics laboratory, for car systems, at Shanghai Jiaotong University.

The facility was established to educate local engineers in the further development of the semiconductor industry in the Chinese market.

The laboratory will explore engine controls, transmission and body control systems using the new and applied technology. It aims to provide reliable, economic car systems.

The laboratory will become the fourth operating base of NEC Electronics Corporation worldwide.

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