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Company News: Sydney, Australia, 18 August 2021 - Digital signage software company, Mandoe today announced it has launched a self-service digital signage platform to help businesses harness the power of digital signage.

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Global imaging, chemical, mechanical and electronics firm, Fujifilm, has announced its brand new FP-Z8000 projector which boasts large images at close range, with 8000 lumens of brightness, and the world’s first folded two-axial rotatable lens - all in a compact and lightweight design.

Published in Hardware
Wednesday, 24 August 2016 09:42

LG shows signs of clearer directions

LG is showing off its range of IPS LED and OLED commercial, and TV signage at Integrate 2016 – and its offerings range from a huge spectacular wave-shaped signage wall to 3.65mm thin OLED panels that mount flat on walls.

LG has boosted the "Information Display Category" and its array of excellent programmable screens with a great new business demo centre in the heart of Sydney’s CBD.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Wednesday, 02 March 2016 12:03

Fujifilm develops stand-out solution for Vodafone

Fujifilm Australia says it has developed a digital signage solution exclusively for mobile operator Vodafone which is “completely unique” to any other solution worldwide.

Published in Market

Acer has identified the fields of connected car, smart home, business, and education as key applications of the IoB (Internet of Beings) concept, a human-centric network based on a collective of intelligence.

Published in Internet of Things

Consumer electronics company Soniq is causing shockwaves with its new Bluetooth speaker, the Rock 7, new Cyberast digital signage for businesses and a home AV installation service.

Published in Home Tech

Revosys Inc. in Boston, Massachusetts has launched plans to implement Taxi Payment Processing and Digital Video Recording in their In-Cab Advertising tablet and Restaurant Tabletop Kiosks.

The International Telecommunication Union's Telecomms Standardisation Sector (ITU-T) says the proprietary nature of current digital signage systems is restricting the integration of applications across different networks and vendors.

Published in Market

Provides a scalable multi-display platform for advanced digital signage and gaming applications

New VIA graphics card series delivers DX10.1 graphics and multiple HD 1080p content streams; embedded industry's first dedicated graphics solution

Three of the world's biggest names in IT - Intel, Microsoft and NEC have teamed up in a bid to tackle the growing global market for digital signage, by offering an integrated digital signage system to the global market.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 08 September 2010 16:37

Digital signage a la Mac

~sedna presenter, a Mac based digital signage system, is now available in Australia.

Wednesday, 01 September 2010 12:09

Panasonic provides smaller signage plasmas

Panasonic has released a new range of plasma displays designed for digital signage applications.

Avalue, the e-service platform provider, is focusing on providing total embedded solution to global customers. For the lately featured innovations and applications in Digital Signage, Avalue's MPC Touch Panel series is integrated with the latest Windows Embedded Standard 7 operating system to deliver a rich and connected digital signage experience.

Consulting company, Frost & Sullivan, has announced that it will extend key research programs in Australia in order to enhance the service which the company provides in meeting private and public sector demand for local, leading-edge analysis.

HP has released a raft of systems aimed at the commercial and consumer markets, including touchscreen models. Also new is the company's first 42in HD digital signage touch display.

Published in Home Tech
Telstra has expanded a long-running relationship with digital signage company, Prime Digital Media (PDM) , to take on the expanding market for outdoor video advertising screens, so called out-of-home digital (OOHD) signage, but has played down a 'partnership' with PDM announced two years ago by describing PDM as being then merely a 'customer' for a Telstra service.

Published in Strategy
Monday, 01 September 2008 09:39

This advertising stinks!

No, not a value judgement, simply a statement of fact: Japanese telco NTT Com is offering digital signs equipped with aroma-emitting devices "to strengthen the impact of marketing communications." Apparently they are very effective.

Published in Entertainment

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