Toshiba America Information Systems (TAIS), a subsidiary of Toshiba America, provides consumer electronics products in the US and Latin America through its five divisions: Digital Products, Visual Products, Imaging Systems, Storage Devices, and Telecommunications Systems. The company's products include Internet protocol-based surveillance equipment for security, medical, and industrial use; televisions; Blu-ray video players; storage devices for automotive, computers, and consumer electronics; camcorders; portable computers, notebooks, and accessories; and VoIP telephone systems. In 2011 TAIS joined the digital tablet frenzy with its Thrive device, which runs on Google's Android OS.
Toshiba merged TAIS and Toshiba America Consumer Products LLC into one company in 2010, with the consumer products business becoming part of the Digital Products Division of TAIS. TAIS added LCD televisions, Blu-ray disc players, portable DVD players, and other consumer electronics products to its portfolio in the corporate consolidation.
Sales and Marketing
The sells its products through authorized dealers in the US.
The company is focused on mobile devices and laptops. In 2013 the Digital Products Division rolled out its completely new and redesigned line of high-performance thin-and-light business laptops for mobile professionals. Toshiba is also building its footprint in voice services, and cloud services and solutions including virtual desktops.