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Sony to Showcase Digital Signage, Live Meetings, Displays at ISE 2013
Solutions offered for corporate, retail, home and education markets

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Sony 4k Ultra HD for home and business at ISE 2013
January 24, 2013 | by CI Staff

Sony will be showcasing its lineup of business, education and home cinema projectors, digital signage solutions, corporate live meeting and audio solutions, public displays, and BRAVIA professional displays at ISE 2013.

Sony will introduce an end-to-end corporate live meeting solution that will enable businesses to capture events live and then distribute the content out to distant audiences, whenever they need.

Sony will also be showcasing its value add classroom capture and DWZ audio solutions for the education market, enabling teachers and students to create and have access to content outside of the classroom. These solutions combine systems like OPSIGATE, SD/HD audio/ video switcher, multi-purpose camera systems, with PUD, BRAVIA B2B flat panel displays and corporate and education projectors.

In addition, Sony will showcase its offering to the retail space with its new BRAVIA digital signage solution. Retailers will gain the power to create their own bespoke HTML content for their digital signage and turn one display into multiple eye-catching screens via a network. There will also be Sony’s home projection equipment for 4K entertainment with the BRAVIA 84” TV and VPL-VW1000ES.

“Last year we set out with a strong vision for the AV market focusing on how Sony could be a key player,” says Adam Fry, head of product and volume at Sony Europe. “This year we didn’t just continue with that vision, but went above and beyond it, combining our different strengths and broad knowledge to provide solutions for the education, corporate signage, retail and home cinema markets. We have progressed from shaping the future of AV to delivering it.”

Sony will be exhibiting at stand number 1-H100 at ISE 2013.

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