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|Formerly||Eizo Nanao Corporation|
|Founded||March 1968 in Hakui, Ishikawa, Japan (as Hakui Electronic Corporation)|
|Headquarters||153 Shimokashiwano, Hakusan, Ishikawa 924-8566, Japan|
(President and CEO)
|Brands||ColorEdge, CuratOR, DuraVision, FlexScan, FORIS, RadiForce, Raptor|
|Revenue||US$ 718 million (FY 2013) (¥ 73.64 billion) (FY 2013)|
|US$ 53 million (FY 2013) (¥ 5.43 billion) (FY 2013)|
Number of employees
|2,422 (consolidated, as of March 31, 2020)|
|Subsidiaries||Carina System Co., Ltd. |
EIZO Support Network Corporation EIZO MS Corporation EIZO Engineering Corporation EIZO Agency Corporation EIZO GmbH EIZO Technologies GmbH EIZO Display Technologies (Suzhou) Co., Ltd. EIZO Inc. EIZO Nordic AB EIZO AG EIZO Limited EIZO Europe GmbH EIZO Austria GmbH Irem Software Engineering Inc.Nanao Factory
Eizo Corporation (EIZO株式会社, EIZO Kabushiki-gaisha) is a Japanese visual technology company, founded in March 1968, who manufacturers high-end display products and other solutions for markets such as business, healthcare, graphics, air traffic control, and maritime. The company is headquartered in Hakusan, Ishikawa Prefecture.
The name "Eizo" comes from the Japanese word meaning "image" (映像eizō).
The company was founded as Hakui Electronic Corporation in Hakui, Ishikawa, Japan, in 1968; it initially manufactured televisions. In March 1973, it became Nanao Corporation. In 1976, it began manufacture of industrial monitors, and in 1978 it entered the gaming market by manufacturing and selling tabletop video arcade machines.In 1981 it started making PC monitors.
Eizo's product portfolio includes:
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