Network Devices / Internet of Things
Expanding and connecting our everyday comforts
The internet has become the backbone of modern society.
Today is the age of the “Internet of Things” (IoT), when we can communicate with and control devices from virtually anywhere in the world.
TOKIN’s proven material technologies fuel the devices that drive our networked society–including computers, smartphones and tablets–as well as IoT technology, improving their efﬁciency, energy savings and reliability.
The Flex Suppressor® efﬁciently suppresses the noise radiated from electronic devices. With industry-leading performance, it improves reception sensitivity by suppressing radiated noise and internal interference while enabling miniaturization and performance improvements in PCs and smartphones. And because it can simply be pasted on the motherboard in the ﬁnal stage of production, it eliminates the need to redesign products.
Metal Composite Inductor
By featuring reliable materials, this power inductor realizes low resistance and high efﬁciency in a compact, lightweight and thin package. Because it supports extended battery life at low power consumption, it is optimal for use in mobile PCs and other devices that must operate long hours between charges.
CPU graphic memory for PCs, etc.
Our Neo Capacitor™ realizes low equivalent series resistance (ESR) by using a conductive polymer as cathode material on a tantalum capacitor. Characterized by large capacity in a small package, it excels at noise absorption, and is used in notebook PC power circuits and servers. It also supports miniaturization and slimming of smartphones and tablet-type devices.
Notebook PCs, Smartphones, Tablet-type devices, Servers, etc.
TOKIN’s acoustic module generates sound through the vibration of a piezoelectric element that can be placed on a device’s surface. This design ﬂexibility makes it easier to hear, and eliminates the need for a hole in the product body. Currently being used as a sound receiver in smartphones, it is expected to have applications as an acoustic speaker in the future.
Smartphones, Tablet-type devices, TVs, etc.