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panasonic corp (6752) Details

Panasonic Corporation manufactures and sells various electronic and electric products under the Panasonic brand name worldwide. It provides digital AV products, including flat TVs and projectors, Blu-ray disc players and recorders, Blu-ray disc theaters, DVD players and recorders, DVD home theaters, digital cameras, digital video cameras, dual cameras, accessories, and other products; mobile phones; home communication products; and car AV and navigation systems. The company also offers air conditioners, refrigerators, washing machines, microwave ovens, vacuum cleaners, kitchen appliances, ventilating fans, range hood products, air purifiers, dehumidifiers, electric fans, ceiling fans, electric irons, heat pumps, batteries, power supply products, and other products; and oxygen concentrators, massage chairs, hygienic toilet seats, and blood pressure meters, as well as beauty products. In addition, it provides business solutions consisting of communication solutions, security systems, personal computers, professional AV products, document and imaging solutions, terminal solutions, IT solutions, and recording media products; eco solutions, including photovoltaic and lighting products, electrical construction materials, air conditioning and purification products, home building products and materials; and healthcare products, such as in vitro diagnostics, medical imaging, hospital systems, home/personal use products, and dental clinic/dental laboratory products. Further, Panasonic Corporation offers industrial devices comprising passive and connecting components, sensors, speakers/others, printed wiring boards/modules, materials, semiconductors, storages, supplies, batteries and energy products, factory automation products, motors, compressors, and others. The company was formerly known as Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. and changed its name to Panasonic Corporation in 2008. Panasonic Corporation was founded in 1918 and is headquartered in Kadoma, Japan.

253,864 Employees
Last Reported Date: 08/6/15
Founded in 1918

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panasonic corp (6752) Key Developments

Panasonic Corporation Commercializes High Heat-Resistant Semiconductor Encapsulation Material for Power Devices

Panasonic Corporation announced that it developed a semiconductor encapsulation material for power devices that boasts the industry's top-class1 heat-resistance performance (glass transition temperature) of 210°C and superior long-term reliability, and will start shipping samples of the products, CV8540 series, from October 2015. Requirements for vehicles that consume less energy and for smaller sized and lighter weight in-vehicle devices have been increasing. To address these issues, the industry is paying attention to power devices based on silicon carbide (SiC) or gallium nitride (GaN). When used in a vehicle, however, power devices must have superior high-temperature resistance and high-current characteristics, as well as excellent long-term reliability. Silicon devices that are currently in wide use can sometimes reach temperatures of up to about 125 to 150°C when in operation. Because of their ability to deal with high current, SiC or GaN devices can operate in such high-temperature environments, even when temperatures soar to 200°C or more. To make the most of this advantage, semiconductor encapsulation materials for power devices must also have greater advanced heat resistance and long-tern reliability. Conventional encapsulation materials are at a disadvantage in that they peel off from the leadframe and the device when subjected to high temperatures. Panasonic has now achieved the industry's top-class1 heat-resistance performance and improved the adhesiveness inside the material, allowing the company to develop and commercialize a semiconductor encapsulation material with superior long-tern reliability. This encapsulation material has the following advantages: the industry's high heat-resistance characteristics contribute to the use of power devices in a heat-generating or high-temperature environment; High-temperature resistance characteristics (glass transition temperature of the encapsulation material): up to 210°C (conventional products2: 170 to 180°C); Superior long-term reliability contributes to improving the reliability of power devices. In the following environmental resistance tests, neither cracks in the encapsulation material nor peeling from the leadframe and the power device element were observed. Thermal cycle test: -40 to 200°C, 1,000 cycles; High-temperature shelf test: Left at 200°C for 3,000 hours.

Panasonic Corporation Develops GaN Diodes with High Current Operations and Low Turn-On Voltage

Panasonic Corporation announced that it developed gallium nitride (GaN) diodes that can not only operate at a high current that is four times greater than that tolerated by conventional silicon carbide (SiC) diodes, but also operate at low voltages by virtue of their low turn-on voltage. Production of the new diodes was made possible via a newly developed hybrid structure composed of separately embedded structure comprised of a low-voltage unit and a high-current-capable unit, in preparation for high voltage conditions. Conventional silicon (Si) diodes are limited with regard to reducing switching losses. On the other hand, diodes based on SiC, a compound that is considered as a promising next-generation power semiconductor, as well as GaN, require an increased chip area to achieve high-current operations, thus posing limitations on the reduction of switching losses and size owing to increased operating frequencies. The newly produced GaN diodes have achieved simultaneous high-current operations and low threshold voltage, and thus can handle high currents even with a small chip area. The capacitance of the chip can therefore be reduced to achieve lower switching losses, allowing the device to operate at higher frequencies. As a result, use of GaN diodes in the voltage conversion circuits or inverter circuits of automotive or industrial equipment that requires high power can reduce system size due to high frequency operation. This newly developed product has the following advantages. High-current operation: 7.6 kA/cm2 (approximately 4 times); Lower turn-on voltage: 0.8 V; Low on-resistance (RonA): 1.3 mOcm2 (approximately 50% reduction); The diodes were created based on the following technologies. Hybrid structure of GaN diodes with a trenched p-GaN layer: The company proposed a hybrid GaN diode with a p-type layer in which trenches are formed, and developed a processing technology that can remove a p-type layer on an n-type layer in a selective manner to achieve not only high-current operations and a low turn-on voltage but also a breakdown voltage of 1.6 kV. Fabrication of Diodes on a low-resistance GaN substrate: For this development, the company used conductive GaN substrates with a low resistance, which have been commercially used in LEDs and semiconductor lasers and are expected to be adopted in power devices in the future, and established the technologies for the epitaxial growth and processing on a GaN substrate before forming diodes. A structure in which currents flow in the vertical direction enables a smaller chip area and lower resistance. This work was partially supported by the Ministry of the Environment, Government of Japan. The results of this development were presented at the 2015 International Conference on Solid State Devices and Materials, Sapporo, Japan (September, 2015).

Panasonic Announces Enhancements to Both its ASM200 i-PRO Video Management Client and Video Insight Video Management Software Solution

At ASIS 2015, Panasonic will be exhibiting 4K enhancements to both its ASM200 i-PRO video management client and Video Insight (VI) Video Management Software (VMS) solution. Now with 4K support for its embedded management client (ASM200) and its VMS based software management offerings from Video Insight, Panasonic can now deliver the industry’s most complete, end-to-end 4K ready solution for video surveillance image capture, recording and management. With the new enhancements to the ASM200 i-PRO video management software, a Windows based application that enables a centralized and scalable surveillance and control environment supporting multi-camera, multi-recorder systems from a single PC platform, surveillance operators can now utilize 4K imaging technology end-to-end realizing a complete 4K ready capture/record/control solution. The new 4.0 version of ASM200 delivers a 4K native Graphical User Interface (GUI) experience and can support multiple 4K monitor output. The use of 4K security monitors running a native 4K GUI allows more high-definition screens to be displayed simultaneously and permits edge-to-edge 4K resolution to be displayed, both of which significantly enriches operator usability and effectiveness by minimizing the zooming action typically required on lower resolution displays. The ASM200 4.0 also fully supports the advanced analytics capabilities delivered by Panasonic’s i-PRO® ULTRA 360-degree cameras (based on Panasonic True 4K Engine) including moving object removal, heat mapping and people counting. Panasonic has begun broad distribution of its Video Insight Video Management Software to the systems integrator channel, bolstering the software platform’s capabilities with new features and continuing to offer an unlimited camera license for most late model Panasonic i-PRO cameras. The latest version of VI’s VMS delivers a host of valuable enhancements, including an improved 4K native GUI and support for all of Panasonic’s latest 4K cameras. The latest version of VI software is available now, offering feature set updates to IP Server 6.2 and VI Monitor Client 6.2.12. These software updates apply new capabilities, such as PTZ camera prioritization; video anti-tampering settings; motion event details per server and camera; multi server access control integration support; and more. Health Monitor Cloud – V1, a new and improved cloud-based health monitor version for users, is also available as part of the VI VMS suite.


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