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International Business Systems Expands Digital Signage at Las Vegas World Market

Digital signage provider International Business Systems has installed a large-scale 3M Digital Signage network in the Las Vegas World Market’s new 16-story furniture mart using Magenta Research Mul 2/15/2007 7:58 AM Eastern

International Business Systems Expands Digital Signage at Las Vegas World Market

Feb 15, 2007 12:58 PM




International Business Systems, a provider of digital signage technology and consulting services, has completed its installation of a large-scale 3M Digital Signage network in the Las Vegas World Market’s new 16-story furniture mart. In July 2005, IBS installed a 3M digital signage network in the new 10-story Las Vegas World Mart, which delivers custom content to 66 large-format screens using Magenta Research MultiView technology.

The 16-story building was completed in January 2007, linking an additional 54 screens to the original structure and expanding the existing Magenta Research MultiView installation. With the addition of Building B, IBS has deployed more than 120 screens between the two buildings and is using Magenta exclusively in both buildings. “IBS uses Magenta because it performs exactly as designed, making our installation easier and quicker,” says Brent Brown, VP and CIO of IBS. “When you gaze up the escalators, you can see 16 floors of screens and know that there is a Magenta receiver working the way you and the client require.”

Randy Young, Magenta’s director of marketing, comments, “For this application, IBS took advantage of the breadth of the MultiView series product line. Five-output, four-output, and single-output transmitters were combined with several 1x9 Cat-5 distribution hubs to cost-effectively distribute the content. The MultiView series offers four distance tiers of receiver capability—250ft., 500ft., 1,000ft., and 1,500ft., so the receivers utilized at the World Market were matched to the extension distances required over the 16 floors.”

For more information, visit www.magenta-research.com.


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