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Samsung LED displays, retail market

Why Samsung LED Displays Are a Great Fit for the Retail Market

Innovative features of Samsung LED displays that produce eye-catching content are sure to draw in even the most casual passerby making it a great fit for the retail market.

Samsung IF Series LED Brings Smarter Signage

Enhance Customer Engagement with Brilliantly Realistic Picture Quality

How Long Do You Spend Color Calibrating?

Samsung Color Expert technology for Video Wall displays enhances video wall visibility with advanced factory calibration and an exceptional user calibration tool.

SPAM Museum Features Interactive AV

Electrosonic works with Hormel to create interactive exhibits at 14,000-square-foot Minnesota museum dedicated to the world’s favorite canned pork product.

9 Learning Space Products Significantly Impacting Education

Innovations such as Epson’s BrightLink Pro interactive projector technology and ViewSonic’s 70-inch Touchpanel have helped increase collaboration and enhance teaching and learning experiences in all levels of education.

The Future of Samsung & Harman: Will Samsung Keep Harman a Separate Entity?

A look at what lies ahead for the future of Samsung and Harman and whether or not Samsung will sell off some of Harman’s brands.

14 Impressive Digital Signage & Video Wall Products of 2016

Software such as InFocus’ Jupiter Canvas 5.0 Software and Exterity’s ArtioSign, along with visually impressive video walls from Samsung and Planar are just a few of the top-notch video wall and digital signage products released this year.

Harman: All Brands, Including AMX, Appear to Complement Samsung

Harman addresses questions about its focus on commercial spaces post acquisition by Samsung, saying it benefits the market because it can leverage Samsung’s global scale and R&D capabilities.

Samsung to Acquire Harman in $8B Deal, But Now What?

Samsung’s $112 per share acquisition of Harman International leaves room for speculation on the future of Harman’s AMX automation brand.

For Internet of Things, Legrand Is Its Own Trojan Horse

Launching its ELIOT Internet of Things development program in North America, Legrand looks to leverage devices already in millions of commercial and residential buildings.