UTI is an Engineering Service Provider (ESP)
driven by the motto "Right The First Time Design."
We provide seamless services, specialing in the proposal,
analysis, design, and evaluation stages of product development.
Our services are all-encompassing.
From ultrahigh-speed interface response in LSI systems,
noise countermeasures, and proposals for product size reductions,
we guarantee quicker, more effective product development.
Our achievements span multiple industries:
autonomous driving systems, advanced medical appliances,
aerospace production, and digital entertainment.
Ultimate Technologies Inc.
CEO Satoshi Utsumi
Director Keiji Kobayashi
Director Atsushi Nakamura
Director Harumi Murakami
Auditor Toru Kunizane
Electronics design, manufacturing, and evaluation,
Transmission line power and signal integrity, noise, and thermal simulations
Printed circuit board design/simulation and auxillary software development
Noise and thermal consulting
Testing for automotive electronics
Ultimate Technologies Incorporated (UTI) was established.
Started operations in high-speed signal simulation using board design and simulation technologies.
Ultimate Technologies Asia Sdn.Bhd. (UTA) was established as an overseas affiliate in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Certified MSC Status Company by the Malaysian government and started operations in simulation.
Started operations in design-simulation between Japan and Malaysia branches.
to meet demands of clients developing next-generation DTV and DVDs.
Started implementation of higher accuracy simulations using HSPICE.
to assist clients with the development of next-generation system LSI.
Adopted HFSS to more accurately analyze crosstalk and SSN.
The company's simulation tool development based on FDTD was recognized.
by the Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry in its "Specific Research and Development Plans.".
Started thermal fluid simulation using Icepak for component layout and electrically induced heat.
Started use of multi-core HFSS (3-D crosstalk simulation).
The company's research and development was selected by the Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry as a "Strategic Foundational Technology Improvemnet Support Operation".
Opened the Nakamura Lab and started providing measurements and solutions to EMC issues (via simulation).
Adopted ANSYS Discovery.
Realized the real-time visualization of heat-related issues and a concurrent design/simulation environment.
Opened the Shin-Yokohama Lab, equipped with an experimental anechoic chamber and other equipment intended to visualize unwanted noise.
Selected for contract research and development by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication for its project "Advanced Analysis and Noise Control of Unwanted Radio Wave Interference for 5G." .
Adopted the Cadence Sigrity Family.
The company's capital stock grew to 60,000,000 JPY.
Received a 14.9% investment from NEXTY Electronics Corp.
Adopted 3D EMC Noice Scanner(WM9500).
Adopted wireless communication evaluation equipmet.
Adopted the Cadence Clarity.
UTI issued the first unsecured corporate bonds (Private placement bonds guaranteed by The Hachijuni Bank, Ltd.) of 100 million yen.
Opened Nagoya office.
The Nagoya office takes advantage of the directly connected to JR Nagoya Station, and conveniently our advances in technology.
Opened Yokohama office.
The Yokohama office is located inside the Landmark Tower, which will serve as our base in the Tokyo metropolitan area for meetings with customers.
Our Shin-Yokohama Lab has moved to Yokohama Landmark Tower as Yokohama Lab.
Shares transferred to Katolec Corporation and became a member of the Katolec Group.
Thermal / Semiconductors
|Tokyo Institute of Technology, School of Engineering: Bachelors|
|IEEE CPMT Symposium Japan: Committee Member (1994- , 2006 General Chair)|
|The Japan Institute of Electronics Packaging: Electromagnetic Characterstic Technology: Committee Member|
|IEEJ Specialized Committee for Digital Noise Transport Mechanism Surveyance: Committee Member|
|Hitachi, Ltd.: Technology Training Instructor|
|1982 - Hitachi, Ltd., Division for Semiconductors (Musashi Factory)|
|1992 - The Gordon Institute (MA, USA): Masters|
|Mounted electrical characteristics (SI, PI, EMC) design technology|
|Hitachi and Renesas: Design of thermal dissipation design technology.|
|2013 - UTI: Equipment-level mounted electrical property optimization and|
|thermal dissipation charactersitics for PCB design.|
|"Thermal Design and Numerical Simulation," Ohmsha, Ltd. (Japanese)|
|"Everything on Leading Semiconductor Package Technology - Illustrated," Semiconductor and New Technology Research Group (Japanese)|
|Meiji University, The Graduate School of Science and Engineering:|
|Masters of Electrical Engineering|
|1998 - Toshiba Corp.:|
|Development and design of digital broadcast receivers|
|in video equipment|
|Schematic design, EMC evaluation, and the design of systems including|
|2016 - Toshiba Visual Solutions Corp.:|
|Design of commercial display screen and development|
|of signage systems|
|2019 - UTI: Schematic design|
|Fukui University, School of Engineering: Masters|
|Okayama University, School ig Engineering: PhD(semiconductor EMC models)|
|IEEE EMCS Japan Chapter: Manager (2010-2013)|
|IEICE EMCJ: Manager (2015-2016)|
|IEEE CPMT Symposium Japan: Committee Member (2010-2015)|
|IEICE / OSJ Member|
|1998 - Hitachi, Ltd.|
|High-speed digital signals in PC/server transmissions,|
|memory bus interfaces, power integrity,|
|reserch and development on EMC|
|2008 - Hitachi Institute of Industrial Science, Surface-Mounting Research Lab: Lab Head|
|2010 - Hitachi Schematic System Department: Department Head|
|2016 - Hitachi Automotive Systems:|
|Managed automotive mmWave radar development|
|2019 - UTI: Supervisor of high-speed signal design|
Technology Strategy Office General manager
|Shizuoka University, Graduate School of Engineering: Department of Mechanical Engineering|
|While a graduate student at Shizuoka University, he was transferred to JAXA.|
|Participated in research on space debris removal propulsion systems.|
|2008 - Honda Motor Co., Ltd. :|
|Engaged in the development of new processing technology.|
|2012 - UTI :|
|Engaged in Schematic design, PCB design, Analysis work.|
|2019 - Transferred to Denso Corp. :|
|Engaged in the development sector.|
|2022 - UTI :|
|Engaged as Tecnology Strategy Office General manager.|
|CR-8000 Design Gateway||Zuken|
|CR-5000 System Designer||Zuken|
|Design Capture||Mentor Graphics|
|CR-8000 Design Force||Zuken|
|CR-5000 Board Designer||Zuken|
|Cadence SiP Layout||Cadence|
|Allegro Package Designer SiP||Cadence|
|Xpedition Enterprise VX||Mentor Graphics|
|Clarity 3D Solver||Cadence|
3D Mechanical Tools
EMC Lab Equipment
Nagano, Japan (HQ・Design & Simulations・R&D)
TS Building 1F
1-15-30 Minamichitose Nagano City, Nagano Prefecture
Shin-Yokohama, Japan (Measurements・R&D・EMC Lab)
Yokohama EMC Lab
2-2-1 Minatomirai Nishiku Ward
Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture
See more about our EMC Lab
Yokohama, Japan (Office)
Yokohama Satellite Office
2-2-1 Minatomirai Nishiku Ward
Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture
Nagoya, Japan (Meeting space)
Nagoya satellite office
4 Chome 7-1 Meieki, Nakamura Ward, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (Simulations)
Ultimate Technologies Asia Sdn. Bhd.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
UTA (Overseas Branch)
Since 2001, Ultimate Technologies Asia (UTA) Sdn. Bhd, our overseas affiliate, has stood at the heart of Malaysia's capital Kuala Lumpur. The branch has sustained its progress as a Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC company, a concept promoted by the national government.
Meanwhile, UTA maintains its local presence, attracting some of the brightest minds in Malaysia with undergraduate and graduate education in electrical and electronics engineering. Since its establishment, the branch has complemented UTI's PCB design with its advanced electromagnetic field simulators.
As the local staff are fluent in both English and Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin), they provide technical support, material procurement, and high quality information to clients operating in East Asia.
The Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) status guarantees preferential treatment to enterprises whose aims and activities align with those of the national government: promoting Malaysia's Digital Economy. While Japanese companies comprise less than 1% of the overall participation in this public endeavor, it provides a platform for critical partnerships to emerge between the over 200 companies involved from Asia, Europe, and the United States.
There is, moreover, a large portion of Malaysia's intellectual workforce that aspires to work at MSC companies. Coupled with the government's employee referal system, this honorable status empowers us with the ability to build a high-quality team.