Press Releases

Press Releases


Pioneer Adopts ACCESS’ NetFront™ DTV Profile for GEX-P7DTV In-Car Digital Television Receiver

TOKYO, Japan- November 16, 2005 – ACCESS Co., Ltd.,(TSE: 4813) announced today that Pioneer Corporation’s GEX-P7DTV in-car digital television receiver will include ACCESS’ NetFrontTV Profile digital TV browser.

NetFront DTV Profile supports BML (Broadcast Markup Language), the Association of Radio Industries and Business (ARIB) sanctioned data broadcasting language for satellite, cable and terrestrial digital television broadcasts. While ACCESS’ NetFront technology has been included in over 10 different brands of digital TVs and over 1 million automobile telematics systems in 2005, this is the first time that the NetFront browser has been included in an in-car digital TV receiver.

ACCESS has been a market leader in car navigation systems with an in-car computer terminal and HTML browser called NetFront Automotive Profile. In the future, using digital consumer electronics technology as a base, ACCESS’ goal is to increase its market share with an in-car television receiver with digital broadcast capabilities.

“We have an excellent track record with in-car digital consumer electronics with digital broadcasting capabilities. In the future, using this same technology as a foundation, we will offer an even more comprehensive digital broadcast solution for in-car product users,” said Toru Arakawa, president and CEO of ACCESS.

ACCESS will demonstrate NetFront DTV Profile on the GEX-P7DTV in-car terrestrial digital TV tuner at ACCESS Day to be held at the Westin Tokyo on November 22, 2005.

About NetFront Browser
NetFront browser recently surpassed 195 million deployments globally representing 650 unique devices ranging from mobile phones and PDAs to digital televisions, gaming consoles, and automobile telematics systems from 90 major Internet device manufacturers. NetFront supports a wider range of operating systems than any competing browser including solutions for Palm® OS, Symbian OS, Linux OS, Microsoft® Windows® Mobile/PocketPC and mobile handset environments like BREW®. NetFront browser technology is used by the world’s leading mobile operators, software providers and electronics manufacturers including Adobe, Alpine, Amoi, AT&T Wireless, Casio, Epson, Hitachi, Hutchinson 3G Group, IBM, KDDI, NEC, NTT DoCoMo, Mitsubishi, palmOne, PalmSource, Samsung, SANYO, Sharp, Sony, Telcel Venezuela, TCL, Toshiba, UTStarcom and more.

ACCESS is a global provider of Internet technologies to the mobile and beyond-PC markets. Its NF browser, widely recognized as one of the most advanced Internet browsers in the world, is a cornerstone to the company’s vision of enabling Internet access anywhere and on any device. NF technologies are delivering full Internet browsing and related services to next-generation mobile devices and consumer electronics ranging from digital TV to automobile telematics. For more information: or

ACCESS and NetFront are trademarks or registered trademarks of ACCESS CO., LTD. in Japan and other countries. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.


Asia Contact:
ACCESS Co., Ltd., Japan
Kyoko Obara
+81 (3) 5259-3685
China Contact:
Access China Inc.
Delia Liu
+86 (10) 6566-9636
Europe Contact:
ACCESS Systems Europe GmbH
Claudia Hoeck
+49 (208) 8290-6432
US Contacts:
ACCESS Co., Ltd. U.S. Branch
Manuel Morales