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  2. Masaru Ibuka was born in the city of Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan, on April 11, 1908. He was a very inquisitive child who was fond of experimenting. One of the earliest short-wave hams in Japan; his calls have been logged in overseas records back in the days of 1926. He graduated from Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan, with the B.S. degree in ...

  3. Masaru Ibuka (1908-97) | Nature

    Ibuka died on 19 December 1997, almost 50 years to the day after that announcement from Bell Labs and the debut of the invention which he was to help develop so far. Ibuka was born on 11 April ...

  4. Claude E. Shannon Award - Wikipedia

    It is a prestigious prize in information theory, covering technical contributions at the intersection of mathematics, communication engineering, and theoretical computer science. It is named for Claude E. Shannon, who was also the first recipient. Recipients The following people have received the Claude E. Shannon Award: [2]

  5. List of recipients of the Bronze Wolf Award - Wikipedia

    Masaru Ibuka: Chairman, National Board of Governors, Boy Scouts of Nippon Japan 216 1991 Jos Loos: International Commissioner and General Commissioner, Luxembourg Luxembourg 217 1992 Nicos Kalogeras: Chief Commissioner, Soma Hellinon Proskopon Member, European Committee Chairman, Kandersteg International Scout Centre Committee Greece 218 1992

  6. Sony Music Group - Wikipedia

    Sony Music Group ( SMG) is the umbrella American multinational company that controls Sony 's recording and music publishing business outside of Japan, owned and managed by Sony Group Corporation and is one of the world's three largest music companies. It was established on August 1, 2019, with headquarters in New York and an office in Culver City.

  7. Sony Music Entertainment Japan - Wikipedia

    Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc. (株式会社ソニー・ミュージックエンタテインメント, Kabushiki gaisha Sonī Myūjikku Entateinmento), often abbreviated as SMEJ or simply SME, and also known as Sony Music Japan for short (stylized as SonyMusic ), is a Japanese music arm for Sony. Founded in 1968 as CBS/Sony, SMEJ is ...

  8. Masaru Ibuka — Wikipédia

    Masaru Ibuka (井深 大, Ibuka Masaru?), né le 11 avril 1908 à Nikkō et décédé le 19 décembre 1997 à Tokyo, est un industriel japonais. Il est le cofondateur de la société actuellement connue sous le nom de Sony. Biographie. Il est diplômé de l'Université Waseda en 1933.

  9. Masaru Ibuka | Manga Wiki | Fandom

    Fantasy. Sci-fi. Masaru Ibuka (井深大 Ibuka Masaru, born April 11, 1908, Nikkō City, Japan – died December 19, 1997, Tokyo) was a Japanese electronics industrialist. He co-founded what is now Sony. He graduated in 1933 from Waseda University where he was nicknamed "Captain America."

  10. List of assets owned by Sony - Wikipedia

    (April 2023) Sony This is a list of assets owned by Japanese multinational conglomerate Sony Group Corporation . Subsidiaries and affiliates by business segment Electronics Sony Corporation [1] Sony Global Manufacturing & Operations Corporation Sony Semiconductor Solutions Group Sony Semiconductor Solutions Sony Semiconductor Manufacturing

  11. Karlheinz Brandenburg – Wikipedia

    Karlheinz Brandenburg (* 20. Juni 1954 in Erlangen) ist ein deutscher Elektrotechniker und Mathematiker. Gemeinsam mit Ernst Eberlein, Heinz Gerhäuser (ehem.