Panasonic Exhibits Latest Multimedia with IPv6
Monday, October 13, 2003 - :54 PM
Topic: 6DEPLOY
Posted by: Jordi

Panasonic, one of the Eurov6 project sponsors, is displaying new IPv6 enabled devices at the ITU TELECOM WORLD 2003 12-18 October in Geneva, Switzerland.

As a key player in ubiquitous networking, Panasonic has been developing the necessary IP networks and broadband communication technologies that enable high-speed transmission of large volumes of data to information devices and home appliances. Through the development of IPv6 (Internet Protocol) technology Panasonic foresees the integration of various cellular systems and wireless network systems, forming a continuous, secure and seamless use of wireless networking, thereby creating a variety of new applications and services.

At ITU TELECOM WORLD 2003, Panasonic will showcase IPv6 related wireless and wired communications solutions and services based on Panasonic's vision of ubiquitous networking. The Panasonic booth will focus on three main areas:

In the "business communication ideas" area, Panasonic will exhibit new office related equipment and applications based on IPv6 wireless and wired advanced communication systems. The ENUM (tElephone NUmber Mapping) compatible IPv6 Direct IFAX machine is the world's first fax machine to combine ENUM and IPv6 technology, making it possible to send and receive large, detailed images at high speeds. Security technologies that ensure safe office environments will also be demonstrated such as network cameras and Iris recognition security systems (BM-ET300).

The complete press info is available here.

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