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Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Opens High-Tech, Fabrication Center In Dallas, Texas

Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Company opened its high-tech engineering and fabrication center to support its fast-growing videoboard and "spectacular" digital signage business in Coppell, Texas. Based in Coppell, the digital solutions center will occupy nearly 135,000 square feet of a flex-use building on South Royal Lane.

A division of Panasonic Corporation of North America, Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Company designs, installs and services large-scale digital technology solutions for the enterprise market.

According to company officials, the facility consolidates the company's state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment and computer-aided design and software services teams in one location with the flexibility to grow as needed. The Coppell facility is also strategically located close to major customers in the Dallas area, allowing for service or routine maintenance to be completed with greater efficiency.

"This massive space gives Panasonic the ability to custom manufacture very large, spectacular electronic billboards for large stadia, arenas or other corporate customers," said Garry Waldrum, Panasonic Enterprise Solutions' Senior Vice President, Construction Services. "Panasonic can design, engineer, fabricate, and oversee the installation all in-house, raising the already high bar on our quality products and workmanship."

Among the center's first projects is the NBA's first-ever 4K ultra HD center-hung videoboard for the Sacramento Kings that will debut at Golden 1 Center, scheduled to open this October in Sacramento. Totaling over 6,100 square feet, the center-hung videoboard will feature the largest screens in the league.

Panasonic's new engineering and fabrication center marks another milestone in the company's continuing efforts to accelerate growth in its business-to-business operations, company officials said.

"The opening of this engineering and fabrication center is the culmination of a process that began with our 2015 acquisition of the former TS Sports in Grapevine, Texas," said Jim Doyle, President of the Denver-based Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Company. Having successfully integrated the great digital signage expertise that TS founder Garry Waldrum and the TS team brought to Panasonic, and created this engineering and fabrication facility, we are ready to take our operations to the next level to exceed our customers' expectations."

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