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HughesON Expands Using Scala Software
Hughes expands HughesON Media Services with new multi-channel retail signage and digital menu board services using Scala software.

Integrator to Customers: Time to Update Your Old-Fashioned Digital Signage
Digital signage isn't new anymore. Brock McGinnis explains Westbury National's strategy for updating outdated digital signage solutions in 2014.

Inside Samsung’s Super Smart DSE 2014 Booth
Samsung follows up release of its Smart Signage Platform D Series of displays with more support for touch and video wall configurations.

Panasonic’s DSE 2014 Projector Display Goes On and On and On
Panasonic shows a range of digital signage solutions at DSE 2014 including a 6,000-lumens projector that can run without maintenance for up to 20,000 hours. Also, showing a weatherproof outdoor display and video wall solution.

BrightSign Keeping it ‘Real’ with 4K Digital Signage Player at DSE 2014
Digital signage media player BrightSign 4K, on display at ISE 2014 and DSE 2014, boasts native 4K with H.265 codec to keep file sizes down and HDMI 2.0 standard to get all of the bits to the display.

Why Many Integrators Struggle to Sell Digital Signage
Westbury National's Brock McGinnis speculates that integrators are too focused on technical bells and whistles for most digital signage customers' liking.

Stampede Shows SAPPHIRE Media Players at DSE 2014
The digital signage players powering DISE broadcast quality software are right up integrators’ alley, says distributor.

Timing Right for Microsoft Exhibiting at InfoComm
The IT giant exhibiting at the once AV-centric event reflects the opportunities IT-savvy AV integrators have, according to CompTIA.

VMP Wall Mounts Accommodate Displays Up to 70 Inches
VMP 's FP-LWAB articulating wall mount comes in a black powder-coat finish and is UL Listed.

BrightSign Doesn’t Want 4K to Get a ‘Bad Name’
Digital signage media player BrightSign 4K, on display at ISE 2014 and DSE 2014, boasts native 4K with H.265 codec to keep file sizes down and HDMI 2.0 standard to get all of the bits to the display.



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