NEC Corporation provides information and communication technology solutions in Japan and internationally. It operates through five segments: Public Solutions Business, Public Infrastructure Business, Enterprise Business, Network Services Business, and Global Business. It provides systems integration services, including systems implementation and consulting; maintenance and support services; outsourcing and cloud services; and system equipment. The company also offers network infrastructure products comprising core network equipment, mobile phone base stations, optical transmission systems, and routers and switches; and services and management solutions, such as operation support system (OSS), business support system (BSS), and services. In addition, it provides digital government and digital finance solutions; software services for service providers, including OSS/BSS; and network infrastructure comprising submarine systems and wireless backhaul. Further, the company offers business computers, servers, NEC HPC solutions, and thin client solutions; data storage solutions; embedded systems; fiber optic devices; CONNEXIVE, an IoT platform software; PASOLINK, a mobile backhaul; optical fiber sensing products; submarine systems; and open optical transport products. Additionally, it provides EXPRESSCLUSTER X, a BC/DR solutions; NIAS, a solution for file server management; ERP solutions; MasterScope, an integrated administration software suite; Obbligato, a product lifecycle management; SaaS Solutions; WebOTX, a service execution platform; and unified communications and collaboration solutions. It serves aerospace, agriculture, aviation, broadcasting, finance, government, healthcare, hospitality, logistics, manufacturing, retail, telecom, and transportation industries. The company was formerly known as Nippon Electric Company, Limited and changed its name to NEC Corporation in April 1983. NEC Corporation was incorporated in 1899 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.