Toshiba will be making an aggressive push into the 4K TV market this summer with the release of three new UltraHD TVs, along with a 4K Blu-ray player. The new models were unveiled by Scott Ramirez, Toshiba's vice president, Product Marketing and Development, Digital Products Division at a press conference held Wednesday at CE Week in New York.
The launch of 4K UHD TVs has pumped some needed enthusiasm into the CE specialty channel. Let's hope TV vendors don't spoil the party before it even begins.
Toshiba said this week that it will show its new 4K Ultra HD TV product at CE Week later this month in New York.
Capitol said this week that it will showcase Panasonic's new SIP telephones and Toshiba's 84" 4K LED TV at the upcoming InfoComm event. “InfoComm offers us a chance to highlight some of the hottest and most lucrative products and technologies for professional contractors in the commercial market,” Capitol President and CFO Curt Hayes said as…
TPG Capital, Toshiba Corp. are among bidders for Panasonic Corp.'s health care unit, said people with knowledge of the matter.
A deal may be valued at more than 100 billion yen ($978 million), one of the people said, asking not to be identified as the information is private. The company drew offers from fewer than 10 buyout funds in the first round of an auction, which closed yesterday, the person said.
The maker of Viera televisions is considering a sale of its health care and logistics units as it focuses on turning around
The CEO of Aereo, the TV-over-Internet company that has grabbed headlines in recent months, will appear at a keynote one-on-one at the upcoming CE Week along with CEA president/CEO Gary Shapiro, CE Week's organizers announced Wednesday.
The Home Appliances business segment of Toshiba Corp. (Tokyo) had fiscal year 2012 net sales of 591.5 billion yen (approx. US$6,292.6 million), up 3%, or 16.2 billion yen, from FY 2011. Home Appliances had FY 2012 operating income of 2.4 billion yen (approx. $25.5 million), up 0.3 billion yen from FY 2011.
Toshiba's FY 2012 ended March 31, 2013.
The Home Appliances segment saw higher Lighting business sales (primarily in LED sales), overseas Air-Conditioning business sales, and White Goods appliances business sales.
Japan's Toshiba Corp forecast a 34 percent jump in operating profit for this fiscal year, boosted by strong sales of its flash memory chips, but the outlook fell short of market expectations as it struggles to turn around its TV division.
Toshiba, a leading chipmaker in Japan and supplier to Apple Inc, said on Wednesday it expects its operating profit to reach 260 billion yen ($2.6 billion) for the year ending March 31, 2014, missing the average forecast of 345.7 billion yen profit among 21 analysts polled by Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.