Japanese archipelago

The Japanese archipelago is a group of 6,852 islands that form the country of Japan. It extends over 3,000 km from the Sea of Okhotsk southwest to the Philippine Sea south along the northeastern coast of the Eurasia continent, it consists of islands from the Sakhalin Island Arc, the Northeastern Japan Arc to the Ryukyu Islands and the Nanpō Islands. Japan is the largest island country in East Asia and the 4th largest island country in the world with 377,975.24 km2. It has the 8th largest exclusive economic zone of 4,470,000 km2; the term mainland Japan is used to refer to the mainland from the remote islands. It is used when referring to the main islands Hokkaido, Kyushu and Okinawa, it included Karafuto Prefecture until the end of World War II. The term Home Islands was used at the end of World War II to define the area of Japan to which its sovereignty and the constitutional rule of the Emperor would be restricted; the term is commonly used today to distinguish the archipelago from Japan's colonies and other territories in the first half of the 20th century.

The archipelago consists of 6,852 islands. The five main islands, from north to south, are Hokkaido, Shikoku and Okinawa. Honshu referred to as the Japanese mainland; the current Japanese archipelago topography is: Sakhalin, Honshu, Japan island arc composed of Shikoku and its surrounding islands. Hokkaido – The second largest island of Japan, the largest and northernmost prefecture, which consists of 14 subprefectures. Hokkaido Hidaka Subprefecture Hiyama Subprefecture Iburi Subprefecture Ishikari Subprefecture Kamikawa Subprefecture Kushiro Subprefecture Nemuro Subprefecture Okhotsk Subprefecture Oshima Subprefecture Rumoi Subprefecture Shiribeshi Subprefecture Sorachi Subprefecture Sōya Subprefecture Tokachi Subprefecture Honshu – The largest and the most populated island of Japan, which consists of five regions. Tōhoku region consists of six prefectures. Akita Prefecture Aomori Prefecture Fukushima Prefecture Iwate Prefecture Miyagi Prefecture Yamagata Prefecture Kantō region consists of seven prefectures, including the capital of Japan, the Tokyo Metropolis.

Chiba Prefecture Gunma Prefecture Ibaraki Prefecture Kanagawa Prefecture Saitama Prefecture Tochigi Prefecture Tokyo Chūbu region consists of nine prefectures. Aichi Prefecture Fukui Prefecture Gifu Prefecture Ishikawa Prefecture Nagano Prefecture Niigata Prefecture Shizuoka Prefecture Toyama Prefecture Yamanashi Prefecture Kansai region consists of seven prefectures. Hyōgo Prefecture Kyoto Prefecture Mie Prefecture Nara Prefecture Osaka Prefecture Shiga Prefecture Wakayama Prefecture Chūgoku region consists of five prefectures. Hiroshima Prefecture Okayama Prefecture Shimane Prefecture Tottori Prefecture Yamaguchi Prefecture Shikoku – The second smallest and least populated of the five main islands, consisting of four prefectures. Ehime Prefecture Kagawa Prefecture Kōchi Prefecture Tokushima Prefecture Kyushu – The third largest island of the archipelago, which consists of eight prefectures, including the Okinawa Islands in the Ryukyu island arc. Fukuoka Prefecture Kagoshima Prefecture Kumamoto Prefecture Miyazaki Prefecture Nagasaki Prefecture Ōita Prefecture Saga Prefecture Okinawa – The smallest and least populated of the five main islands.

It is part of the Kyushu region. Okinawa Prefecture Sakhalin – Previously known and administered by the Empire of Japan as Karafuto Prefecture and a part of the Russian Federation, is sometimes considered to be geographically part of the Japanese archipelago. Japan renounced its claim to the island after World War II in the 20th century. Sakhalin Oblast Geography of Japan Japan in the Paleolithic List of islands of Japan Extreme points of Japan Mainland Japan

HP Enterprise Security Products

The Micro Focus Enterprise Security Products business is part of the software business of Micro Focus. HP Enterprise Security Products was built from acquired companies Fortify Software, ArcSight, TippingPoint and Atalla, which HP bought in 2010 and 2011. HPE has since sold TippingPoint and has announced the intention to divest the entire HP Enterprise Software business unit by spinning it out and merging it with Micro Focus; the merge concluded on September 1, 2017. ArcSight and Fortify security technologies are designed to scan network activity and data to offer customers real-time application-level threat detection. ArcSight provides Event Management. Fortify provides application protection through the combination of static and dynamic application security testing. Atalla products are key management solutions. TippingPoint products provide a network defense system. Announced in September 2013, TippingPoint Next-Generation Firewall is designed to block new risks introduced by cloud and mobile computing.

HP Enterprise sold TippingPoint to Trend Micro on October 21, 2015 for $300 million. On September 7, 2016, HPE CEO Meg Whitman announced that the software assets of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, including HP Enterprise Security Products, would be spun out and merged with Micro Focus to create an independent company of which HP Enterprise shareholders would retain majority ownership. Micro Focus CEO Kevin Loosemore called the transaction "entirely consistent with our established acquisition strategy and our focus on efficient management of mature infrastructure products" and indicated that Micro Focus intended to "bring the core earnings margin for the mature assets in the deal - about 80 percent of the total - from 21 percent today to Micro Focus's existing 46 percent level within three years." In 2004, HP introduced an annual event for customers called HP Protect, which focuses on security and compliance issues. HP Protect 2013 took place on September 16–19 in Washington D. C. HP Protect 2014 is scheduled to occur on September 8–11, 2014 in Washington, D.

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Kunnathur (State Assembly constituency)

Kunnathur is the only Scheduled Caste reserved legislative assembly constituency in Kollam district of Kerala, India. It is one among the 11 assembly constituencies in the district; as per the recent changes on assembly constituency delimitations, the Kunnathur assembly constituency consists of East Kallada, Munroe Island Kunnathur, Poruvazhy, Sooranad North, Sooranad South, West Kallada, Pavithreswaram Panchayats in Kollam district The Kunnathur constituency was a two-member constituency during the Travancore-Cochin assembly election time. It was became an SC reserved constituency since Kerala State Assembly Election 1957