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Daktronics video displays for London Olympics legacy venue
Daktronics displays with custom control system integrates with Swiss Timing’s standard track timing technology.

Philips Signage Solutions, andersDX Partner for Schools’ Signage Education
Philips Signage Solutions and andersDX are offering ready-to-use whiteboard replacement and informational signage packages.

Videotel’s VP71 Loops Content Stored on SD Cards & USB Drives
Videotel's new VP71 Industrial Digital Signage Player outputs resolutions ranging from standard 480i, to high-definition 1080p, and its RS-232 serial port enables easy communication options.

SunBriteTV Upgrades Pro Series to 700-NIT LED, Releases New Signature Series Models
Announced at InfoComm 2014, the new Pro Series models feature 700-NIT LED high heat tolerant displays and SunBrite’s Extended Soler Tolerance technology to completely guard against isotropic blackout in direct sunlight. The introduction of the 55-inch and 65-inch Signature models rounds out the Signature Series, according to SunBriteTV.

Inside NanoLumen’s Big, Bold Statement at InfoComm 2014
It’s on track for its biggest sales year with 70% of revenue coming from integration channel, but the LED display maker says it can do much more for integrators and customers in more verticals.

SunBriteTV’s Adds Improved Marquee Series to Just Announced SunBriteDS Series
SunBriteTV says a newly upgraded Marquee Series will be part of its InfoComm 2014 launched SunBriteDS family of dedicated digital signage displays for outdoor installation.

New at InfoComm: Panasonic LED Displays and LCD Projectors
Here's the first look at Panasonic's booth at InfoComm, where they're showing a host of new AV solutions, including video wall displays, projectors, and more.

SunBriteTV’s 39 SKU Launch Targets Outdoor Digital Signage
SunBriteDS line launching at InfoComm 2014 ranges from 32- to 55-inch models including touchscreen and orientation options, and reflects focus shift for once residentially focused SunBriteTV.

Planar Doubles Down on 4K, Launches 98-inch Display
The 98-inch, 58-inch, 65-inch and 28-inch 4K display launches reflect Planar’s view that demand for commercial 4K solutions is broadening. Meanwhile, thanks in part to Crestron 4K certification it sees the 4K ecosystem growing.

Peerless-AV Shows ‘World’s Thinnest Video Wall Mount’
By shrinking a video wall’s footprint to 1.87 inches from a wall, Peerless-AV says it’s expanding the market and meeting ADA requirements.



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