Sony Ericsson

The experience in consumer electronics of Japanese company Sony, and of Sweden’s Ericsson in communications, led to a merger between the two companies. Following their subsequent division in 2012, today Sony is committed to the development of smartphones, hi-fi audio equipment, DVD and Blu-ray players, digital cameras, PCs and tablets. The Nobel prize for physics Leo Esaki invented the tunnel diode at the Sony laboratories, helping the company become the leader in the field of professional television and cinema equipment. To air-condition the Sony Ericcson offices in Stockholm, Sony chose 500 Skystar ECM fan coils with low consumption electronic motors, controlled by an inverter board that continuously adjusts the flow-rate of air, with power consumption of less than 10W.