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Panasonic Exhibits at GITEX 2011 in Dubai

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From October 9-13, Panasonic participated in one of the largest electronic exhibitions in the Middle East, GITEX 2011. Taking place at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Center, Panasonic stood out this year to showcase its complete, better value and industry specific business solutions the company has to offer Middle East businesses. Aiming to become the No.1 Green Innovation Company in the electronics industry by 2018, Panasonic displayed high-end system solutions tailored for industry verticals like hospitality, retail, education, and the home office at GITEX this year.

See a short video from Panasonic Middle East as Dubai DJ, Rob Kaye interviews Panasonic's spokespersons and highlights the "must-see" points at the Panasonic booth.

Large HD Plasma Display & Full HD Visual Communication

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    152" 3D Plasma Display Draws a Crowd
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    Full HD 3D Communication System Shows How Communication Can Be Made Easier via Technology

Visitors to Panasonic's stand can marvel at the world's largest 152 inch 4K2K and Full HD 3D Plasma Panel. In addition, real time video conferencing in high definition will also be a key element for Panasonic at GITEX.

Energy Solution Corner

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    Panasonic's HEMS is Introduced to the Middle East
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    Introducing Fujisawa Sustainable Smart Town as a Future Eco Town Concept

Most importantly, as a Green Innovation Company, new to the Middle East is Panasonic's eco house concept, a fully sustaining home environment that is capable of not just saving energy, but generating and storing. Roughly 150,000 visitors could learn and see firsthand, Panasonic's Home Energy Management System (HEMS), which monitor and display the electricity, water and gas-usage patterns of the household, making once invisible energy saving initiatives both visible and realizable.

Office Solutions

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    Panasonic's Latest Line Up of Multi Communication Center and High Speed Document Scanners
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    The Latest DECT Cordless Phones with Golden Design

Panasonic displayed its business communications solution for small and medium businesses and the home office with products such as its DECT cordless telephones, advanced next-generation compatible colour document scanners and printers compromising as a MCC or Multi-Communication Centre. In addition Panasonic's solutions with its 3D Projectors, new range of waterproof system LCD panels, and Toughbook laptop computers were also displayed.

Security Solutions

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Panasonic's Security Solutions Portfolio for the Middle East Market

Visitors also sampled Panasonic's complete security solutions portfolio, including network disc recorders and high definition vandal resistant dome cameras. Panasonic also showed its line up of popular video intercoms including the wireless video intercom which got a lot of attention by the visitors.

All Captured on Video

In addition to providing picture coverage, Ron also took the audience around the booth interviewing Panasonic specialists about the highlights of each corner. Click on the YouTube playlist to find more information about each corner specifically.

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