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ACCESS ACCESS is a global provider of advanced software technologies to the mobile and beyond-PC markets. With research and engineering centers throughout the world and an established culture that emphasizes and nurtures innovation and creativity, ACCESS delivers unique solutions that bring value to its customers and partners and which help make people’s lives easier, more productive, and more enjoyable.

Website: ACCESS


CSK CSK is a Japanese conglomerate, owned by CSK Holdings Corporation, formed in 1968, that primarily provides IT services to businesses. Between 1984 and 2004 they owned the video game company Sega. They also owned the CSK Research Institute, which later became CRI Middleware.

Website: CSK

JustSystems Corporation

JustSystems Corporation JustSystems Corporation is a major Japanese software development house. The company is also known as "JustSystem." Its main products are Ichitaro (roughly "JohnnyOne"), a word processor, and Hanako, a graphics package that remains competitive in the Japanese market, despite strong and controversial competitive pressures from Microsoft in the 1990s.

Website: JustSystems Corporation


Maruhon Maruhon is an entertainment company specializing in the manufacture of pachinko machines. The company is headquartered in Momoyama, Kasugai, Aichi Prefecture.

Website: Maruhon

Trend Micro

Trend Micro Trend Micro is a global company, headquartered in Tokyo that develops software to protect against computer viruses. Steve Chang, a Taiwanese, the founder and former CEO of the company, started the company in California in 1988.

Website: Trend Micro


Werk Werk sometimes known as Werk - Game Creater Team is a small Japanese videogame company established in 2003. It specializes towards the creation of Dojin soft games.

Website: Werk

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