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Leyard and NEC Expand Product Portfolios by Adding New Direct-View LED Video DisplaysSeptember 28, 2016IHS comments on Leyard and NEC's latest product announcements and the sub 1mm pixel pitch LED Video market.
Amazon Underground innovates with free apps but faces challengesOctober 07, 2015Amazon’s Underground app program replaces Amazon’s previous “Free app a day” offer which provided one free paid app each day. Launched in September 2015, the new Android app integrates Amazon’s app store, retail, and video services. Amazon Underground’s “Actually free” program provides a dedicated catalogue of apps that are free to download and also have free in-app purchases. Instead of monetising through paid in-app transactions, Amazon pays developers a set fee based on the amount of time a user spends in each app.Subscribers Only
Samsung acquires YESCO Electronics to further expand its display technology portfolio in digital signage marketMarch 04, 2015Samsung announced its acquisition of Logan, Utah-based YESCO Electronics, LLC, a notable manufacturer of LED signs and displays. The terms of the deal have not been publicly disclosed. This acquisition clearly reinforces Samsung’s strategy of incorporating direct-view LED video display technology into their existing product mix to seamlessly cater to both indoor and outdoor digital signage applications.
LED video displays at the center stage of signage and professional displays marketFebruary 19, 2015LED video displays have finally moved to the mainstream signage and professional displays market. This was evident at Integrated Systems Europe 2015 in Amsterdam, where most of the display brands showcased their new LED video display products in an effort to seamlessly cater to both indoor and outdoor applications.
Need for student engagement and collaboration drives demand for interactive instructional technologies in the education marketJanuary 22, 2015Front projectors have been the leading technology in the education market due to its price advantage over other technologies. However, increasing need for student engagement and collaboration is driving significant change in instructional technology in classrooms. While widespread use of interactive flat panel displays may take a few years, Interactive White Boards (IWBs) are commonly used in the education vertical, particularly in K-12 schools, due to their price, flexibility, design and ability to engage with students.Subscribers Only
High density LED video displays - key for LED Video entry into high-end indoor signage marketJanuary 21, 2015The evolution of high density LED video display technology, its advantages and the challenges it faces in entering the high-end indoor signage market.
Key display trends driving the digital signage market in 2015January 09, 2015The demand for LCDs in digital signage is becoming increasingly diverse, with many noteworthy trends in LCD technology allowing these displays to be employed in a wide range of vertical markets. These trends during 2014 sets the stage for the coming year, and IHS expects total worldwide LCD digital signage displays to enjoy moderate increases of 7.3% and 7.8% in 2015 and 2016, respectively.Subscribers Only
Increasing Use of NFC in Digital SignageOctober 08, 2014Earlier this year, Clear Channel Outdoor announced the successful rollout of their Connect platform, an interactive mobile advertising platform that enables seamless campaign integration between out-of-home (OOH) advertising and mobile devices across 29 markets in North America and Europe.
Embedded Vision in Digital SignageAugust 22, 2014The digital signage industry is an ever-changing technological landscape - continually evolving to integrate more intelligent, perceptive interactions and targeted messages to a particular audience. In recent years, embedded vision technology in the digital signage industry allows for gesture-based recognition, augmented reality, and motion analysis to reach consumers through user interfaces.
Nook Media and Samsung partner to launch the Galaxy Tab 4 NookAugust 22, 2014Nook Media, a Barnes and Noble subsidiary, and Samsung teamed up to develop a co-branded 7-inch Android tablet on Samsung’s hardware with a customized version of Barnes and Noble’s proprietary Nook software running on top of the Android operating system.
Apple iPad Sales declineAugust 06, 2014Apple has reported that iPad sales declined 9.2% year on year (YoY). This is the second of two consecutive YoY declines but it is less severe than the 16.1% drop between Q1 2013 to Q1 in 2014.
Amazon introduces Kindle UnlimitedJuly 21, 2014Amazon, the online retail giant, has launched an eBook subscription offer, Kindle Unlimited. The $9.99 per month service allows customers access to over 600,000 Kindle books and thousands of audiobooks.
DirecTV to offer streaming NFL Sunday Ticket to non-subscribersJuly 18, 2014DirecTV is to begin offering NFLSundayTicket.tv, which will allow non-DirecTV subscribers access to NFL Sunday Ticket via laptops, tablets, smartphones, and gaming consoles.
Digital Signage Industry Primed for Continued Growth in 2014April 22, 2014Looking forward, IHS forecasts the world market for digital signage revenue to surpass $15.1 billion for 2014, up 6.0% over the previous year.
Worldwide Signage and Professional Displays market forecast to yield positive growth in 2014; Retail segment to lead the flat panel digital signage marketApril 22, 2014The worldwide market for signage and professional displays is forecast to grow by 7% to 16.3 million units in 2014. LCD displays and Front Projector remain the top selling technologies, according to the latest release on Signage and Professional Displays from IHS. Revenue for the worldwide signage and professional displays is projected to reach $13.8 billion in 2014, 1.4% up from 2013.
Netflix goes Ultra High DefinitionApril 09, 2014Netflix has started streaming content in Ultra HD (UHD), branded as Ultra HD 4K. UHD is approximately 4 times the resolution of Full HD. Netflix is streaming UHD content as its highest bandwidth profile at 15.6 Mbps, referenced on Netflix’s in-app player as 2160 HD. UHD streaming has currently only been rolled out for House of Cards season two. The video stream is compressed using next generation h.265/HEVC, therefore requiring both an HEVC decoder, as well as an updated version of Netflix’s client player. Netflix UHD clients are already embedded on UHD TVs offered by LG, Samsung, Sony and Vizio.
Sesame Workshop launches new SVOD service, Sesame GOApril 09, 2014Sesame Workshop, the organization behind Sesame Street, is bringing the classic children’s show and other shows like Pinky Dinky Doo online through a new video on demand service, called Sesame GO, which will be available on Mac and PC, tablet, and mobile devices. The new SVOD service is powered by Kaltura Media GO OTT Solution.Subscribers Only
New developments in productivity tablets: HP Pavilion 11t x360 and Samsung Galaxy NotePRO 12.2April 02, 2014Hewlett-Packard’s latest convertible touchscreen tablet/notebook PC, the HP Pavilion 11T x360 launched on February 26 for $399. The convertible tablet PC features a hinged screen which allows it to fold into laptop mode for use with the attached keyboard or...
Barco Acquires Montreal-Based X2O Media to Offer Complete Digital Signage SolutionMarch 24, 2014Barco announces their acquisition of Montreal-based X2O Media, supporting Barco’s strategy to broaden their offerings from display and projection technology. X2O Media will continue the development of its platform technology, while also leveraging business growth from Barco's worldwide sales and service presence. In addition, X2O Media’s specific capabilities and technology will be incorporated gradually in solutions for all of Barco's markets.
Roku announces new HDMI Streaming StickMarch 05, 2014On March 5, 2014 Roku announced the HDMI version of its Roku Streaming Stick, priced at $49.99. The Streaming Stick, while functionally identical to Roku’s OTT set-tops, is offered in the diminutive form of a dongle, and until now, has relied exclusively on the MHL interface to connect to a TV set. This new device is commercially available in the US, Canada, UK and Ireland.