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Panasonic focuses on enterprise segment

New Delhi, Apr 16 : Digital major Panasonic India on Tuesday unveiled four new ruggedized mobile computing devices for the Indian enterprise market.


The launch was held at the Hotel Leela Palace, New Delhi, on Tuesday showcasing the products and their benefits for different industry segments like automotive, aviation, telecom, utility, retail, manufacturing, logistics etc.

With this launch, Panasonic reiterated its commitment to the Indian market by meeting the varying demands of Indian enterprises for increased workforce mobility and productivity, said the company.

These devices are designed to give mobile workers reliable and secure access to their data and applications in challenging environments.

Speaking on the launch, Manish Sharma, Managing Director, Panasonic India, said, "Having done extremely well in the consumer business, Panasonic India now has a renewed focus on the B2B and B2G business. Today's launch of mobile computing devices is a significant stepping stone towards our aim of doubling the contribution of B2B segment to Panasonic's overall revenue by 2015."

"Tablets and handheld computing devices are going to be significant drivers of enterprise mobility globally. Businesses can expect to benefit from the efficiency and increased productivity as a result of the anywhere, anytime access offered by these devices," said Hide Harada, Director of IT Products Business Division, Panasonic Corporation.



Toru Hasegawa, Managing Director, System Sales Division, Panasonic India, said: "As localization is a key aspect of Panasonic's growth strategy in India, these devices launched today have been designed keeping in mind the challenges and requirements of various industries."

Durable and secure, Toughpad is ideal for mobile workers, combining highly secured data and device management with the seamless connectivity and enterprise-grade technology businesses and government agencies require.

The Toughpad FZ-G1 is the world's first Windows 8 enterprise-grade ruggedized tablet while the Toughpad JT-B1 is a seven-inch ruggedized Android tablet designed for easy one-handed operation.

With a rugged MIL-STD-810G design for mission-critical and highly mobile workers in fields such as the military, construction, healthcare, public safety, utilities, retail, maintenance, supply chain logistics and insurance.

The JT-H300 and JT-H320HT rugged handheld computers are based on Panasonic's "TSA (Total Shock Absorbing) design" developed with its over 30 years' experience in the logistics industry.

--IBNS (Posted on 16-04-2013)

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