|Bid||5,900.00 x 0|
|Ask||5,930.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||5,830.00 - 5,930.00|
|52 Week Range||4,355.00 - 6,010.00|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||N/A|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||24.38|
|Earnings Date||Feb 3, 2020 - Feb 7, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||66.00 (1.11%)|
|1y Target Est||5,792.90|
Yamaha Corporation unveiled the world's first*1 Artificial Intelligence (AI) piano system capable of playing any piece of music in the style of late legendary pianist Glenn Gould on September 7 at the Ars Electronica Festival, one of the world's largest media arts festivals, held in Linz, Austria. The AI system also gave a concert performance at the festival, and Yamaha has now announced the release of video footage from the performance.
Yamaha Unified Communications has introduced its collaboration with Zoom Video Communications, Inc. with the certification of the Yamaha YVC-1000 USB and Bluetooth Speakerphone for Zoom Rooms. The speakerphone has passed Zoom’s stringent certification process to ensure it seamlessly integrates with Zoom software, delivering an easy-to-operate meeting experience with the highest quality audio for everyone on the call. “Zoom is foremost chosen video communications platform for meetings today, and together as leaders in Unified Communication(UC), we’re united in our mission to help organizations achieve meetings that not only sound great but are easy to get started and run,” said Tatsuya Umeo, CEO at Yamaha Unified Communications.
Yamaha Corporation announces that it has succeeded in reproducing the singing of the late Hibari Misora, a legendary Japanese vocalist, using its own VOCALOID:AI singing synthesis technology in technical cooperation with an NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) television program*1 broadcast in Japan on September 29, serving as both the public debut and first real-world implementation of VOCALOID:AI. The NHK-led project, which Yamaha assisted with, set out to use modern AI (artificial intelligence) technology to present a live performance of a new song by Hibari Misora—an illustrious entertainer who long stood at the forefront of popular music in Japan—to commemorate the 30th anniversary of her passing.
Yamaha has announced a new addition to its Unified Communications portfolio, designed to deliver industry-leading loudspeaker technology to small and medium-sized conference rooms.
InfoComm 2019 sees Yamaha announce the next generation of its YVC-330 portable USB and Bluetooth speakerphone, which showcases its new SoundCap audio technology for clear conferences in noisy open workspaces.
Yamaha Expands Product Portfolio to Provide Sophisticated AI Video And Superior Audio For Unrestricted, Intelligent Collaboration Experiences for North American Market
Yamaha Corporation (hereafter, Yamaha) has announced the establishment of its Unified Communications (hereafter, UC) European business function within Yamaha Music Europe GmbH (Rellingen, Germany) starting April 2019. This new channel under Yamaha Music Europe will provide customers in the region with a stronger sales network, wider product lineup, and more support and service. “Yamaha has been the market leader in UC in Japan for over 10 years and in 2014, expanded into the United States with the acquisition of Revolabs, which became a subsidiary of the Yamaha Corporation and was renamed to Yamaha Unified Communications last year.