Panasonic Corporation has earned the limelight again for its innovative work in the field of digital video technology. The company has won an award for its groundbreaking P2 video recording format at the 63rd Annual Technology & Engineering EMMY Awards held at Las Vegas on 12 January.
Technology and Engineering EMMY Awards have been honoring breakthrough developments in the field of broadcast technology and television engineering since 1948. So far, Panasonic has won 16 EMMY, out of which 12 was awarded for its pioneering work in the field of removable solid-state media.
Panasonic is proud to accept such a prestigious recognition for its effort to create a flawless P2 recoding media. “Panasonic is honored to receive the coveted technical EMMY for its pioneering efforts in the development of solid-state video recording,” said John Baisley, executive vice president, Panasonic System Communications Company of North America. He also said, “Since its inception nearly a decade ago, the P2 recording format has provided video users extensive productivity benefits and Panasonic continues development of the P2 format with new HD and now 3D models.”
Panasonic P2 video recording format is powered by high-capacity P2 cards, which provide faster transfer speed than the solid-state memory cards that are currently available. The Panasonic cards are highly reliable, as they have excellent recording function in all types of environments. The Panasonic P2 products are also known for their reduced downtime related to mechanical issues, resistance to extreme temperature, and the ability to absorb shock and vibration.
Such recognition is a good motivation for Panasonic to continue its good work in the field of digital video technology.