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Panasonic Delivers The Complete Picture In Large Screen Solutions

• Introduces Comprehensive New Line of LED & SMD Large Screen Systems.
• Forms Partnership With ClickEffects To Provide Turnkey Systems.

Las Vegas, NV (June 18, 2008) – Panasonic Systems Integration, a division of Panasonic System Solutions Company, is showcasing the company’s new line of LED large screen solutions at InfoComm 2008. With the addition of ten new LED and SMD Large Screen Systems ranging from 4mm to 40mm in multiple configurations, and new strategic partnerships, Panasonic now offers a comprehensive selection of turnkey solutions for virtually any application. Panasonic’s line of large screen solutions is further enhanced by the company’s core expertise in HD imaging combined with their proven design and integration experience.

“Panasonic can now offer an even wider range of solutions to satisfy the requirements of any venue.? said Tony Turiello, Group Manager, Panasonic Systems Integration. “Our fortified line of products and expanded support services further enhance Panasonic’s world renowned ability to meet the most challenging installation requirements regardless of their physical location, environment and viewing orientation. Panasonic can deliver virtually any shape or size display system with any combination of HD and digital technologies to provide our customers with innovative and high impact display solutions.?

Panasonic’s new line-up of LED and SMD Large Screen Systems range in size from 4mm to 40mm. The expansive new line also includes panels for ribbon boards (also known as zipper boards or fascia boards), halo screens, and, for indoor and outdoor sports applications, scorers’ tables and perimeter field displays. In addition, Panasonic offers a host of new LED products designed for digital signage applications including outdoor digital billboards, multi-use static/LED display systems, and high-resolution indoor digital display systems.

Panasonic also announced its partnership with ClickEffects, a provider of video and audio content control software for sports and other large venues. ClickEffects’ best-in-breed applications – BLAZE, Crossfire and Flashback – set new benchmarks for the management and control of display systems for arenas and stadiums. These powerful, yet simple and intuitive, point and click applications combine scheduled and live impulse audio tracks, rally songs, graphics, instant replays, animation and advertising content that stimulates audiences and provides revenue generating opportunities.

Panasonic’s recent installation at Planet Hollywood Hotel and Resort in Las Vegas incorporates five large screen LED systems in various curved configurations, along with one of the largest curved ribbon boards ever installed on the famous Las Vegas strip. The fully integrated and turnkey solution also includes dozens of plasma displays, video walls and kiosks throughout the facility driven by Panasonic’s powerful NMStage digital signage content management and distribution system.

For more information, contact Panasonic Systems Integration by calling toll free 1-877-438-7881 or visiting www.panasonic.com/systemsintegration.

About Panasonic System Solutions Company
Panasonic System Solutions Company, Unit of Panasonic Corporation of North America, is a world leader in professional electronics providing innovative systems solutions for a wide range of business applications including: industry leading i-Pro IP and analog video surveillance solutions through its Security Systems division; imaging devices for the medical, industrial, and entertainment industries through its Vision Systems division; point-of-sale workstations and drive-thru communications systems for the quick-service and hospitality industries through its Information Systems division; and large screen LED digital signage, digital sports coaching systems, and integrated technology solutions through its Systems Integration division. Based in Secaucus, NJ, Panasonic Corporation of North America is the principal North American subsidiary of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. (NYSE:MC) of Japan. For information on Panasonic products visit www.panasonic.com. Additional information for journalists is available at www.panasonic.com/pressroom.


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