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A unit of length in Japan equivalent to approximately 30 millimeters.
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Sunsoft's Sound Circle hardware product will consist of a custom Circle Surround Interactive decoder and two rear-surround speakers, which in conjunction with the stereo speakers of a TV or a separate stereo system can play back the Circle Surround Interactive encoded game audio signals in five channels.
As president of SunSoft, he is responsible for the development, engineering, marketing, and sales of SunSoft's software products.
"Sun-Denshi's Internet application software, exclusively designed for Sony PlayStation 2, will immerse consumers in a new, exciting, highly advanced Internet environment," said Hiroaki Higashiya, manager for Sunsoft division of Sun-Denshi.
According to an email from Sun Microsystems Inc's Chet Silvestri to SunSoft chief Alan Baratz and Sun CEO Scott McNealy quoted at the trial last week, Kukol "is to compilation technology as Dave Cutler [the ex Digital Equipment Corp engineer who wrote VMS before moving to Microsoft to head the NT team] is to OS technology." Silvestri admitted in the 1996 email that Microsoft's technology "was two-to-three times faster across the board" and "blows the Borland JIT Java away." The new release also adds further support for Microsoft's Component Object Model, along with Y2K and euro support.
Morris, Mary, and Randy Hinrichs, 1996, Web page design: A different multimedia, Mountain View, CA: SunSoft Press.
Since then it has announced an NC Server based on SunSoft's Solaris platform, along with management and applications software including a Java-based word processor, spreadsheet, and graphics package called HatTrick.