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2008-01-14 Matsushita Electric to become Panasonic Corp.
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd will change its company name to Panasonic Corp. effective October 1 and will unify its corporate brands to the Panasonic brand across the world.
2002-02-13 Matsushita Electric opens semiconductor plant in Suzhou
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd has opened a semiconductor plant in Suzhou, Jiangsu, China, named Suzhou Matsushita Semiconductor Co. Ltd.
2003-08-04 Matsushita Electric forms new subsidiary
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd has announced that the company will transfer its A/V sensor module business to Panasonic SC Device Solutions Co. Ltd.
2002-07-18 Matsushita Electric develops surface mount technology
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd has developed a surface-mounting technology called AdITR that uses conductive adhesives.
2004-12-14 Matsushita Electric corporate name to replace with Panasonic
Matsushita Electric Corp. of America, the North American headquarters of Osaka, Japan-based Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd, will soon formally take on its best known brand name as its corporate name, Panasonic.
2002-08-16 Matsushita DVDs to feature SRS sound technology
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd has licensed SRS Labs Inc.'s TruSurround technology to be featured in its latest DVD players and DVD combo units.
2004-09-14 Matsushita DVD recorders with up to 400GB HDDs
Matsushita unveiled five new models of DIGA DVD recorders that feature 160GB to 400GB hard disk drives.
2002-07-30 Matsushita DV codec incorporates IEEE 1394 link layer
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd has developed a DV codec with built-in encoding and decoding formats that are fully-compatible with the IEEE 1394 link layer and DV format.
2004-02-18 Matsushita drawing plans for new PDP fab
Seeking a greater share of the PDP market, Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd, is drawing up a new PDP fab plan which calls for about ?90 billion (about $850 million) investment.
2002-07-05 Matsushita develops ultra-slim speaker
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd has announced the development of the Sound Slim ultra-slim speaker unit that incorporates a new sandwich-type magnetic circuit.
2003-01-24 Matsushita develops SoC for Java-based smartcards
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd has announced the development of a SoC for embedded use on non-contact Java-based smartcards.
2002-08-30 Matsushita develops single chip LSI for DVD players
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd has announced that it has developed a one-chip system LSI for DVD players that implements all analog front-end functions as well as back-end processing functions.
2002-09-06 Matsushita develops reference board for core processors
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd has developed the LinuxR Reference Board for its "AM33 Series" core processor.
2002-05-16 Matsushita develops OFDM demodulator for digital broadcasting
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd has announced the development of the MN88441-H OFDM demodulator LSI for use in digital terrestrial television and sound broadcasting.
2003-10-06 Matsushita develops network protocol technology
Matsushita Electric announced the development of a network protocol technology that allows users to operate consumer electronics in real-time.
2002-05-31 Matsushita develops MPEG-4 codec LSI for mobile phones
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd has developed the MN195905 MPEG-4 multi-codec LSI for use in mobile phone systems including WCDMA, PDC, and PHS.
2003-10-02 Matsushita develops 3D sound technology for portable apps
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd announced that they have developed a high-fidelity surround sound reproduction technology that will enable reproduction of 3D sound fields on compact electronic equipment.
2006-12-21 Matsushita develops 'safer' laptop batteries with HRL
To avoid further incidents of overheating and burning laptop batteries, Matsushita Battery Industrial is readying to mass-produce 'safer' Li-ion batteries by employing heat resistance layer technology.
2003-02-12 Matsushita detector switch has 1.7mm profile
The 2HLD series of detector switches from Matsushita Electronic Components has a profile of 1.7mm and is designed for use in automotive audio equipment.
2002-03-01 Matsushita dc/dc converter targets telecom apps
The company has released the FM quarter-brick and FD half-brick dc/dc converter modules targeted for the power requirements of telecommunication infrastructure and equipment.
2004-07-30 Matsushita cuts production cost in China
Japan-based Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd has revealed plans on cutting production costs in China by at least 20 percent in an attempt to heighten its competitiveness in the market.
2003-05-20 Matsushita completes switch to lead-free solder for PCBs
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd has completed a switchover to the use of lead-free solder for PCBs used in its Panasonic and National brand products.
2005-06-03 Matsushita claims record with 12.5Gbps VCSEL
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd has developed an 850nm wavelength AlGaAs/GaAs vertical cavity surface emitting laser (VCSEL) capable of modulation at rate for 12.5Gbps data transmission and at an operating current of 8 milliamps, the company said
2002-08-15 Matsushita chip varistors suppress up to 18V
The EZJ series JZ type of multilayer chip varistors has a maximum allowable voltage of 18V and can be used to suppress ESD portable devices, and in USB and IEEE 1394 signal lines.
2005-05-24 Matsushita chief says next-gen DVD talks are dead
An effort to revive deadlocked talks aimed at unifying competing DVD standards has failed, according to the president of Matsushita Electric.
2005-05-03 Matsushita chief backs effort to unify next-generation DVD spec
Matsushita President Kunio Nakamura endorsed the effort to unify the next-generation DVD standard, saying concessions from both sides on technology are possible.
2002-08-08 Matsushita capacitors suit automotive apps
The XC series of screw terminal aluminum electrolytic capacitors lasts 5,000h and features a ripple current of up to 17Arms, making it suitable for use in 42V automotive systems.
2002-10-29 Matsushita capacitors reduce volume by 40 percent
The UQ and HC series of aluminum electrolytic capacitors are 40 percent smaller in volume than the company's current products.
2004-11-15 Matsushita buys ASML TWINSCAN tools
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd has purchased ASML's TWINSCAN lithography system.
2002-04-11 Matsushita builds R&D center in Suzhou
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd has established an R&D center in Suzhou, China, named Matsushita Research & Development (Suzhou) Co. Ltd.
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