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Minicom’s DS Vision 3000 Wins Best AV Distribution System Award
Jerusalem, Israel— Minicom Advanced Systems, the world leader in Digital Signage player-to-screen connectivity, is proud to announce that The Digital Signage Group has chosen the DS Vision 3000 as the winner of the best Connectivity Peripheral in the product category of the 4th annual DIGI Awards at the Digital Signage Show in New York, October 15th.
“The DIGI Awards is the only industry award program that recognizes the outstanding product manufacturers focusing on digital signage,” said David Keene the Executive Editor of the Digital Signage magazine and Chair of the DIGI Awards Judges Panel. “The Award for best New Product/Connectivity recognizes excellence in design of a product that makes the more visible digital signage displays work together seamlessly. The judges of this year’s DIGI Awards recognized the Minicom DS Vision 3000 for its contribution to helping to achieve better delivery of high definition video over long distances….”
“We are proud to have the DS Vision 3000 selected as the best “Connectivity Peripheral in the Product category,” said Dave Haar, Vice President - Digital Signage Division, “Minicom really worked hard to allow the optimization of player and screen placement in digital signage networks and it is a real pleasure to receive recognition from such a respected organization as the Digital Signage Group and Digital Signage Magazine.”
“The creativity and diversity in the use of digital visual communication continues to grow as evidenced by the fantastic work of our latest winners,” said Jill Miller, president of The Digital Signage Group.
Judges for the 2008 DIGI Awards were: Alan Brawn, principal, Brawn Consulting; Lyle Bunn, principal, Lyle Bunn Consulting; David Keene, executive editor of Digital Signage Magazine and DIGI Awards chairman.
Minicom Advanced Systems is a manufacturer of innovative digital signage distribution and extension solutions that provide the Last Mile™ of player-to-screen connectivity. It also manufactures KVM switch and computer management solutions that facilitate control of enterprise and corporate IT environments. Minicom is a member of Intel Capital’s portfolio of companies and was named in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA for 2006. Founded in 1988, Minicom operates in over 70 countries, with headquarters in Israel and regional offices in North America and Europe. Minicom's Digital Signage Partner Program looks to provide our customers with a centralized portal to companies who can help them design and build their digital signage networks. Download Minicom’s latest white paper FREE: “Cost Ramifications of Player Placement in Digital Signage Networks”. For more information visit www.minicom.com
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