Funai Electric Co. LTD. was established in 1951 in Osaka, Japan as Funai Mishin Shokai, then renamed in August 1961, Funai Electric Co. Funai in Japan engaged in the development, production, marketing and distribution of information and communication equipment such as Internet access terminals, computer peripherals, audio-visual devices, televisions, video recorders (2016), a DVD-player and home appliances. Most products designed for the North American market Wal-Mart, on sale at Wal-Mart currently accounts for 30% of net profit.
Funai created global structure production, which includes a base in Japan, Germany, Malaysia, China, Mexico and Poland.
Funai manufactures and designs according to their marks Emerson, Sylvania, and Symphonic. In 2008, Philips has decided to transfer its entire business Funai consumer electronics company, is now manufactured by Funai appliances Philips and Magnavox: flat screen televisions and video products, starting from 1 January 2009. Funai also produces DVD and Blu-Ray players for the Denon, DVD Players / Recorders Toshiba and Sharp, digital cameras for Eastman Kodak, Intech projectors, TVs for JVC and computer printers for Dell and Lexmark.