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As an important outlet for discussion and learning amongst the professional European community of sports content broadcasters, producers and editors, SVG Europe remains one of the most important communities for industry practitioners to gather and learn about the latest technological advancements and improvements.


The partnership comes after a successful IBC for Panasonic, with the company’s stand featuring a variety of 4K innovations, as well as a prototype 360-degree real-time camera and a commitment to remain at the forefront of Media Over IP technology development.


Welsh Government Minister Julie James has visited Panasonic Business’ European Service Centre in Cardiff which is celebrating its 10th anniversary.

The site on Wharfedale Road, Pentwyn was established in 2006 and houses a repair centre, field support team and multi-language helpdesk to cater for B2B customers across Europe.



Panasonic at IBC 2016 today announces a new expressP2 card drive with Thunderbolt™ 3 - the AU-XPD3.


With Thunderbolt™ 3 offering 40Gbps data transfer, Panasonic expects the AU-XPD3 to achieve an amazing data transfer speed of up to 10 Gbps, providing a superfast workflow.


Thanks to the power of ThunderboltTM 3, the full potential of the expressP2 B series card can reach amazing data transfer speeds. The drive itself is also set to come under €2000 list price.



Panasonic has strengthened its 4K line-up at IBC 2016, introducing a range of new products and updates including a new 4K production camcorder, developments in Media over IP technology and workflow improvements.