"Panasonic and Narita Airport to Launch Next-Generation High-Speed Wireless"       "Greenpeace: Japan's Nuclear Regulator Failing to Ensure Safety of Takahama"       "A Syrian Tale of Love - Drowned in the Aegean Sea"       "US and Japanese Ships On Annual Exercise Near Guam"       "Japan Welcomes Iran Nuclear Agreement"      

Panasonic and Narita Airport to Launch Next-Generation High-Speed Wireless

Monday, February 1, 2016

Tokyo- (PanOrient News) Panasonic Corporation and Narita International Airport today announced that they will launch the world's first experimental demonstration of "WiGig(r) Spot", a new technology that is expected to enable high-speed wireless transmission over 10 times the data transfer rate of existing wireless LANs.

WiGig Spot will be set up in Narita airport and feature millimeter-wave access points [2], developed by Panasonic. Airport visitors will experience high-definition video d...

Greenpeace: Japan's Nuclear Regulator Failing to Ensure Safety of Takahama

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Tokyo- (PanOrient News) Greenpeace and Green Action today accused Japan’s Nuclear Regulator (NRA) of failing to ensure that critically important electric cabling inside the Takahama reactors meet safety standards. Kansai Electric plans to restart Takahama 3, located on Wakasa Bay in Fukui prefecture, on January 29th. But, in a statement from GreenPeace, representatives of the NRA admitted at a meeting held in the National Diet on January 21st, that they do not know whether Takahama 3&4 reacto...

A Syrian Tale of Love - Drowned in the Aegean Sea

Monday, January 25, 2016

Damascus - (PanOrient News) The first month of 2016 has been a month of tragedy for a number of Syrians who have drowned off the shores of Turkey whilst trying to flee to safety from their war-torn homeland.

One poignant tale was uncovered when a dairy of a Syrian girl was discovered on her body by a journalist after her boat sank. Reports say that 31 Syrian citizens lost their lives that day, January 5th, when waves swept into the ship in the Aegean Sea off the coast of Izmir, Turkey.

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US and Japanese Ships On Annual Exercise Near Guam

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Tokyo- (PanOrient News) The U.S. Navy and Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF), began their annual bilateral training exercise off the coast of Guam on January 20.

Destroyer Squadron (DESRON), 15 guided-missile destroyers, USS Mustin (DDG 89) and USS McCampbell (DDG 85), will practice tactical operations along with more than six ships from the JMSDF in a number of exercises including, an anti-air warfare exercise, anti-submarine warfare exercise, and anti-surface warfare exercise, the U....

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