About Soliton Systems

We develop innovative technology for IT security, remote live broadcasting and special unique embedded solutions.

As a leading Japanese technology company serving many industries across the globe, Soliton has pioneered IT security solutions for protecting company resources and data from external IT security threats, and more recently delivered on the first mobile H265 HEVC solution for the live broadcasting market. Soliton continues to innovate in many markets and our products continue to grow and innovate with a strong emphasis on Research & Development to serve an ever-changing world.

Headquartered in Tokyo, Japan our current CEO and founder, Dr. Nobuo Kamata has been a technology-oriented leader and pioneer for over 30 years.

Early in 2015 we introduced the world’s first H.265 mobile hardware encoder providing extremely low-latency and stable video and audio transmission, even over fluctuating mobile networks from remote locations in the world.

Facts & figures

• Founded in 1979
• Founder & CEO Nobuo Kamata PhD.
• Corporate headquarters in Tokyo, Japan
• Offices in Shanghai (China), Singapore (Singapore), Amsterdam (Netherlands) and San Jose (USA)
• Listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, 1st Section
• 750+ employees

Our mission

“Our mission is to develop cutting edge technology that helps companies to solve their live broadcasting and IT security challenges with a unique set of high quality, cost-effective products and solutions.”

Our history

In 1979 the CEO Nobuo Kamata, PhD., founded the basis of Soliton Systems. His ambition was to reduce complexity in innovative technologies. In 1995 Soliton Systems entered the network security market and developed its first LAN encrypted products. Through a strong investment in innovation, we continue to set new standards in performance, quality and reliability for our customers.

1979 - Present / Our milestones

1979

Establishment, family owned

1982

Intel requests Soliton to develop middleware between PCOS and the Intel App

1984

Started cooperation with Bridge Communications Corporation in the United States (later 3Com). It is also the year of introducing our first LAN solutions

1986

Business tie-up with Silicon Compiler Systems, Inc. in the United States, introduction of semiconductor CAD design

1996

Soliton IT Security Solutions division established 

1998

Opens office in Shanghai, China

2002

Introduction of NetAttest wireless LAN authentication server

2004

Introduction of the first edition of InfoTrace log collecting and tracking system

2007

Listed at the JASDAQ Stock Exchange 

2008

Introduction of the video transmission system Smart-telecaster (STC

2010

Introduction of file transfer appliances HiQZen and FileZen

2012

Soliton becomes reseller of Excitor’s DME mobile security solution

2013

Introduction of Soliton SecureBrowser (SSB) and NetAttest BigData

2014

Opening of the Development Center in Yamagata, Japan
Excitor Inc. acquired by Soliton Systems

2015

Introduction of Smart-telecaster Zao compact with H.265 compatibility. Established Soliton Systems Europe N.V. in the Netherlands.

2016

Listed at the Tokyo Stock Exchange second section
Opens office in Singapore, South East Asia.

2017

Listed at the first secion of the Tokyo Stock Exchange Introduction of the ultra-compact Smart-telecaster Zao-S 

2019

Introduction of WrappingBox, patented technology for secure remote working 

2020, August

Introduction SecureDesktop incl 2 month free trial to support organisations during the COVID-19 outbreak

Continuing to innovate for our customer's future

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We develop innovative technology for IT security, remote live broadcasting and special unique embedded solutions.