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Absen Inc Confirms Infocomm Attendance

Absen Inc will show its latest all-in-one dvLED solutions at Infocomm 2021 at exhibitor booth #1008 in Orlando, FL Oct. 27-19.

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Absen Inc Confirms Infocomm Attendance

LED display manufacturer Absen Inc., announced it will be attending the Infocomm show in Orlando, FL October 27-19, 2021. Its commercial display products such as the Acclaim Plus, HC Series, and rental and staging products like the PL Pro and VN Series products will all be highlighted in the Absen Infocomm booth in Exhibit Hall (Level 2) — booth# 1008.

In a company announcement Absen says, “The circumstances of the last 18 months have changed our industry in ways that are not yet fully realized. As a manufacturer of LED displays, we found our products being specified in new ways. Gone are the days of the market primarily thinking of dvLED as a large format display in lobbies, House of worship and performance spaces. Those applications certainly remain a core component of our portfolio offering.

As designers began to incorporate more and more UCC platforms for virtual collaboration, LED became a central component to the functionality of some of these spaces.  Larger screens were specified in smaller spaces to allow for virtual interaction to feel more natural.  All-in-one solutions have become an easy way for designers to specify, standardize, deploy and maintain displays for their clients.”

Absen will show its latest generation of its all-in-one solution for the commercial and conference room solutions — the AbseniCon 3.0, featuring integrated audio, switching, scaling, control, BYOD and enterprise connectivity.

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The company’s  second generation fine 0.9mm pixel pitch Chip on Board (COB) display will be highlighted in the booth.

In addition to the AbseniCon 3.0, the company will be featuring new applications for dvLED.  “Our MR Series Floor platform display will be combined with our PL Series rental and staging product to create a virtual studio application,” says Absen.

“It has been exciting to see the acceptance of dvLED as a mainstream display technology. I look forward to what we get to share about the other new products in development that are just around the corner,” says Absen.