MIT spinout Kateeva has developed an “inkjet printing” system for OLED displays–based on years of Institute research–that could cut manufacturing costs enough to pave the way for mass-producing flexible and large-screen models. MORE@MIT News Office
Epson to Present and Participate in D=SIGN: The Digital Signage Conference
Epson today announced it will be participating in the upcoming D=SIGN: the Digital Signage Conference, from Dec. 8-9, 2020.
Southwire Turns to Enplug to Help Manage Employee Communications
uses Enplug to manage employee communications across its corporate headquarters, manufacturing plants, customer service centers and regional sales offices
Publicis Sapient Delivers Data-Driven Signage on BrightSign Media Players with “Premise”
BrightSign announced that digital transformation consultancy Publicis Sapient has fully optimized “Premise”, its digital in-venue platform, on BrightSign’s XD and XT media players
ScreenBeam Expands Collaboration Solutions Distribution Partnership with Exertis ProAV to the Americas and Canada
ScreenBeam, a global leader in wireless display and collaboration solutions, announced today that its existing partnership with Exertis ProAV now extends to the United States, Latin America and Canada....