Preferred Infrastructure (PFI) was established in March of 2006 with the goal to “to apply cutting edge technology in the easiest and most efficient possible manner”.
This goal aims to maximize the potential of technology by closing the gap between technologies in the academic world (that are researched daily) and useful services in the real world. In order to achieve this, we believe research within labs using ideal data sets is insufficient and it is important to apply technology to various real-life issues with repeated tests for verification.
At PFI, our research and development concentrates on subjects that have the potential to become a new field in computer science in the next 5 to 10 years. 5 or 10 years may seem like a long time but looking back at history, groundbreaking innovative technologies were built around ideas that were originally conceived 10 years earlier in the academic world.
PFI believes that such innovation can occur only when continuous research is combined with a strong propensity for practical application. PFI also believes one of their important goals is to create an environment where developers can maximize their skills. Great developers gather and compliment each other to create a more energetic environment – this is the basic principle of PFI. At PFI, we respect each other to the utmost extent and hold discussions with no compromises in order to fulfill our high potential.
|Corporate Name||Preferred Infrastructure, Inc.|
|Address||2-40-1, Hongo Tokyu Building 4th floor, Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, 113-0033 Japan|
|Executives||Toru Nishikawa, Daisuke Okanohara|