Vol 24 - Issue 11


Barco Introduces X2O for Corporate Comms

by Bob Raikes

Barco in the US said that it would show a new X2O mobile app to extend visual communications beyond the desktop. The platform is designed to broadcast real time information across ‘all displays and …

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Apple Refreshes iPad, Cuts Price

by Bob Raikes

Apple has launched a new version of the 9.7″ iPad, the most popular in the range and with pricing starting at $329 (32GB Wi-fi only) and $459 (32GB Wi-fi + cell model). The new …

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Avegant Announces New Display Light Field Tech

by Norbert Hildebrand

Avegant, the maker of the Glyph video viewing headset, announced a new display technology that allows them to create a light field display that is useable for a near to eye headset. This technology …

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Matrox Makes Encoder into an Appliance

by Bob Raikes

Matrox has announced the Maevex 6150 quad 4K encoder appliance which puts a Maevex 6100 PCI card into a box with a supporting system and allowing capture and encoding. The appliance is programmed with …

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Simplay Can Test HDMI Alt Mode

by Bob Raikes

Simplay Labs, LLC, a Lattice Semiconductor company said that its Shanghai, China lab is now ready to test HDMI Alternate Mode (“Alt Mode”) for USB Type-C Specification. Similar services will be available at Simplay …

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Eyevis UK Clocks Up One Million Hours

by Alan Spencer

The video wall and visual display solutions company, eyevis UK, has now clocked up over a million hours in a year of 24/7 operation. The UK branch of the company is based in Burnley …

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DSS Europe 2017 Moves to ICM Munich

by Alan Spencer

The eleventh Digital Signage Summit Europe is to be staged at the ICM (Internationales Congress Centre, Munich) on 5th and 6th July this year. DSS Europe will include a two-day conference plus an exhibition …

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Barco Has Dental Screens For DACH

by Bob Raikes

Barco is introducing special displays for the dental market and will be initially be distributed in the DACH countries. There are recent standards (DIN 6868-157)for six different classifications of displays for medical displays, which …

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Go2Digital Installs New Totems in Zagreb Mall

by Alan Spencer

Go2Digital has installed six freestanding double-sided totems in the Zagreb shopping mall, Arena Complex, adding to the 15 other shopping malls that have the company’s signage. Go2Digital is a Croatian national DOOH advertising media …

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Exterion Media Installs DooH LED Screen in Spain

by Alan Spencer

Exterion Media has installed a large LED screen at a shopping mall in Spain. Prior to this, the UK company had been active in Spain with analogue advertising, including large analogue billboards as well …

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Eutelsat and Nilesat HD Channel Count up 50% in MENA

by Alan Spencer

Eutelsat has announced that its satellite combination at 7/8° West, which is occupied by Eutelsat and Nilesat satellites, is now offering 175 HD channels, 100 of which are exclusive. This announcement was made at …

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SES’s Global Audience Now Over One Billion

by Alan Spencer

According to Advanced Television, SES has announced that its satellites are now delivering TV entertainment and news programming to over one billion people and 325 million homes. They confirmed that this represents an 18% …

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