Panasonic unveils microsite for enterprise-grade Toughbook Android tablet


Panasonic Solutions Company, a provider of collaboration,
information-sharing and decision-support solutions for government and
commercial enterprises, launched a microsite for its soon-to-be-released
enterprise-grade Toughbook Android tablet.


The site provides visitors with background information on
the device, details on potential market applications, product news and the
ability to sign up for future updates. Additional information, dynamic content,
ecosystem developments and marketing promotions will be added to expand the
site on an ongoing basis.


When we announced our intent to deliver this product earlier
in the year, there was a significant amount of interest because of the gap it
will fill in the existing spectrum of media tablets,” said Kyp Walls, director,
product management, Panasonic Solutions Company.


The Toughbook tablet is designed to address enterprise
computing needs by delivering a product built with security and real-world
reliability in mind.


By delivering this purpose-built business solution, the
new tablet will appeal to a wide variety of users, including mission critical
government personnel, highly mobile field forces, businesses looking for a
competitive edge, security conscious IT managers and bottom-line focused CFOs.


The tablet will offer durability and ingress protection
consistent with other fully-rugged Toughbook mobile computing devices. The
device is being designed with security embedded at the hardware level to
address enterprise computing needs.


With its integrated stylus, mobile workers will be able
to capture signatures on the device’s 10.1″ XGA multi-touch display.


The Toughbook tablet will include a high-brightness,
daylight-viewable screen so mobile workers, in markets like field service, home
healthcare and public safety, can easily see critical data and operate the
device regardless of lighting conditions.


To maximize mobile worker productivity satellite-based
GPS and optional embedded 3G/4G mobile broadband connectivity are available.


With full-shift battery life and professional-grade
accessories the Android-based Toughbook tablet could significantly improve a
field worker’s ability to make critical decisions that enhance customer
service, improve response times and deliver results.


Panasonic System Networks recently announced that Brekeke Software has certified  the
Panasonic line of SIP Cordless Phone Systems, the KX-TGP500 and KX-TGP550, for
use with their hosted telephony platform.


This alliance solidifies Panasonic’s global leadership in
the DECT cordless telephone market as well as Brekeke’s SIP-hosted telephony
platform which provides true multi-tenancy under one server.


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