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Hitachi is a multinational corporation specializing in high-technology.Hitachi may also refer to:*Hitachi, Ibaraki, Japan*Hitachi province, former province of Japan*Prince Hitachi and Princess Hitachi, members of the Japanese imperial family...
is a multinational corporation specializing in high-technology.
may also refer to:
- Hitachi, Ibaraki
is a city located on the Pacific Ocean in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. Its name could be directly translated as "sunrise", but probably more appropriately adapted to "prosperous wealth" .-Demographics:...
- Hitachi province
was an old province of Japan in the area of Ibaraki Prefecture. It was sometimes called . Hitachi Province bordered on Iwashiro, Iwaki, Shimousa, and Shimotsuke Provinces....
, former province of Japan
- Prince Hitachi
is a member of the Imperial House of Japan and the younger brother of current Emperor Akihito. He is the second son and sixth born child of HIM Emperor Shōwa and Empress Kōjun and is fourth in line to the Chrysanthemum throne...
and Princess Hitachi
, née was born on 19 July 1940. She is the fourth daughter of Count Yoshitaka Tsugaru, a descendant of the Tsugaru daimyō of Tsugaru Domain , née was born on 19 July 1940. She is the fourth daughter of Count Yoshitaka Tsugaru, a descendant of the Tsugaru daimyō of Tsugaru Domain , née was born...
, members of the Japanese imperial family
- Hitachi (Australian train), 1970s era trains in Melbourne, Australia
- Hitachi (Japanese train)
is the general name for limited express train services operated by East Japan Railway Company on the Jōban Line between Ueno Station in Tokyo and Iwaki in Fukushima Prefecture and Sendai in Miyagi Prefecture....
, a limited express train service in Japan
- Hitachi Foundation, founded in the U.S. by Hitachi Ltd in 1985
- Hitachi Hatsukaze
-References:NotesBibliography* Bridgeman, Leonard. "The Bücker Bü 131B 'Jungmann'." Jane's Fighting Aircraft of World War II. London: Studio, 1946. ISBN 1-85170-493-0....
, aircraft engines built in Japan
- T 258/03
T 258/03, also known as Auction Method/Hitachi, is a decision of a Technical Board of Appeal of the European Patent Office , issued on April 21, 2004. It is a landmark decision for interpreting Article 52 and of the European Patent Convention which built on the principles suggested by the same...
, also called Auction method/Hitachi, a decision of the Boards of Appeal of the European Patent Office
Companies named Hitachi
- Hitachi Rail, Hitachi Transportation Services
- Hitachi Works, the oldest member of the Hitachi group and ancestral home of Hitachi, Ltd.
- Hitachi Cable
was established in 1956 as a manufacturer of electric wire and cable for power distribution. The company, based in Tokyo, Japan, was formed from Hitachi Densen Works, the Hitachi Works spin-off previously known as Densen Works of....
, independent spin-off of Hitachi Works
- Hitachi Canadian Industries Ltd. (HCI), an independent subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd. located in Saskatoon, Canada
- Hitachi Construction Machinery (Europe)
Hitachi Construction Machinery NV is a subsidiary of Hitachi Construction Machinery Co.,Ltd. and was established in 1972 in Oosterhout, The Netherlands...
, subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., now parent of Euclid Trucks
- Hitachi Data Systems
Hitachi Data Systems is a company providing mid-range and high-end storage systems, software and services. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi Ltd. and part of the Hitachi Information Systems & Telecommunications Division....
, a subsidiary of Hitachi, with enterprise storage systems group based both in Japan and in Santa Clara, California, US
- Hitachi Global Storage Technologies
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., it is expected to be sold to Western Digital in third calendar quarter 2011. Hitachi GST developed hard disk drives, enterprise-class solid state drives, and external storage solutions and services used to store,...
, disk drive manufacturer, wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd.
- Hitachi Maxell Ltd., commonly known as Maxell, a separate Japanese electronics company
- Hitachi Zosen Corporation — Osaka based engineering and heavy equipment company (also known as Hitachi Shipbuilding)