New Panasonic ToughPad Family With Android™ 4.0
Shared on December 10, 2012 written by USAT Corp under Panasonic News
Panasonic, the creators of the ultra rugged "tough" line of laptop computers, has added an Android Honeycomb tablet to the mix. We first learned about the Panasonic ToughPad A1 and B1 back in November. They were showing off the A1 at CES and we got the opportunity to check it out. Underneath it's tough exterior the Panasonic Toughpad carries the power of most of the top of the line tablets introduced in 2011. It has a 1.2ghz dual core processor, 10 inch form factor, a 5 mega pixel camera on the rear and a 2 megapixel camera on the front. It's running Android 3.2 Honeycomb and a resolution of 768 x1024 pixels. New Android™ 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) Refined UI, improved multitasking capabilities, deep interactivity, better sharing and more 4G LTE Broadband Connectivity Expect faster, more reliable speeds for better information delivery Rugged MIL-STD-810G Design Work harder, longer even in extreme conditions Embedded Hardware Security Keep sensitive data se...
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Police Rely On Big Data For Next-Generation Crime Fighting
Shared on December 06, 2012 written by Scott French under Panasonic News
In today's information age, vast amounts of digital data are collected, analyzed and used in ways many of us can't even imagine. This phenomenon, known as Big Data, is changing the way many organizations operate. Terabytes of data generated by sales at the supermarket now tell POS systems which coupons would be best to offer you. The power company uses years' worth of customer data to ensure capacity for probable spikes in demand. A team of researchers has even used data from Twitter to guess stock market prices with more accuracy than other computer models. In Santa Cruz, Calif., Big Data is also being used to fight crime. Last summer, the Santa Cruz Police Department launched an initiative to use data from the city's records management system – years of information on when, where and what type of incidents occurred – to predict times and places future incidents are likely to occur. This data is fed into an algorithm that produces maps given to the city's officers with "hot spo...
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Panasonic Announces 2007 Toughbook Notebook Reseller Awards
Shared on August 20, 2007 written by USAT CORP under Panasonic News
SECAUCUS, N.J -- Panasonic Computer Solutions Company, manufacturer of durable, reliable Panasonic Toughbook® mobile computers, today announced its 2007 honorees for its Reseller of the Year awards. The awards were unveiled last week at the ninth annual Panasonic Toughbook Preferred Partner Program (TP3) conference in Phoenix, Arizona. Winners reflect the company's vertical market and solutions focus and the awards are recognition of an outstanding year, both in revenue growth and in developing new market opportunities for reliable mobile computing. 2007 Panasonic Toughbook Reseller of Year award winners include: Reseller of the Year: CDCE, Inc., Yorba Linda, CA Government Sector - Federal Markets: Red River Computer Company, Lebanon, NH Government Sector - State & Local Government: Austin Ribbon & Computer Supplies, Inc., Austin , TX Strategic Markets Sector: McKesson Corporation, San Francisco, CA Work Force Automation Sector: Mobile Ingenuity, LLC, Atlanta, G...
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