Panasonic USA Dumps Dahua

By John Honovich, Published Aug 28, 2018, 10:59am EDT

'Effective immediately', Panasonic USA has unceremoniously dumped Dahua, just 2 weeks after the US government banned Chinese manufacturers including Dahua.

panasonic usa dumps dahua

In this note, we examine Panasonic USA discontinuing Dahua OEMed products, share their statement and examine the implications both for Panasonic and for Dahua.

Notice ********* ***

********* ******* *** * ***** statement********* *** **************** '********* immediately', **** '** ************' nor *** ***********, ** the ******* ***** *****:

Panasonic ****** **** * *****

********* ******* ****** **** Dahua ** *** **** ~2 *****, ****** ** a ***-**** ******. ***** Panasonic **** ***** ** obscure *** ****** (******** the ***** ** *** UI *** *** *** address),*** ******* ** ********* OEMing *********** ** *** ******** Dahua, **** ** ***** of ***** ******* *** firmware.

*** ****** **** *** this ** ****** *******. Panasonic, **** * ****** across *** ***** **** consumer ** ************ ** cameras, ********* ** ***** the *** **** *** steep ********* **** ***** and ********* ******* ** their ******** *********. ********* essentially **** ** ** the *** *** *** just ********** *****.

Good **** ** ***********

**** ******* *** ** government ***, ****** ***** was ****** * *** idea *** *********. ****** no-name ********* ** ******* conglomerates, ********* *** * well-deserved ********** *** ****-******* imaging *** ********** ********* products. *********** **** ** make (*** ***** ****) a *** ******* *** foolish.

*** ** ********** *** simply ******** *** ******* to *** ********** ** a *** **** ** the ***** *****.

Panasonic **** ** *****?

** ** *** ***** what ********* **** ** in *** **** ** the ***** ** ***** OEMs **** **** **** in ******* *******. ********* has *** *** ******** clarification ***** **** **** will ** ******* ** the **.

Advidia *******

***** ******** *** **** stop ****** / ********** Panasonic, *********'* ******* **** (by *** ** *** Video ******* ***********) **** continue ** ** **. Advidia ******* ******** ***** ***** ** **** to ****** *** ** government ***.

Dahua ****** ****** **********

*** **** **** *** Dahua ** **** ********* is *** ****** * significant ****** **** ***** (only ******* ******** **** a ******* ****** ** models), ** *** ******* impact *** ***** **** be **********.

Signal ** ***** ** ****** ****** ** ****

*** *** **** ** that ********* ***** ****(**** ************* *********) **** difficult ********* ***** ** them, ** **** *** much **** ********* ** Dahua. *** ****, *** concern ***** ****** ** disclose **** **** *** OEMing ** ********** ****** products **** ** ***********.

****, *** ***, ** still ****** ** *** middle. ************** ***** ***** *** business ** ************ ** *** ****, Dahua ***** *** *** rights ** ****** ***** products ***** ****'* ***** for * *** **** months, ******** *** **** ****** great *** ** ** in ********* ***** *** acquisition*** ****** *** ****** expire. ****, ******, ****** be ***** **** ****. For *****'* ***** ****, a **** **** ********* decision ******.

Comments (2)

how many more months does Flir have with Dahua. I bet they are chomping at the bit for that thing to end.

I have to commend Panasonic for this move.  Dahua in the main product line was a horrible idea.

Bosch - take notes.

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