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Calibre appoints Stampede as global distribution partner

Duncan Proctor 17 November 2016
Calibre appoints Stampede as global distribution partner

Calibre has announced Stampede will serve as it global distribution partner for its HQView range of presentation switchers, LEDView range of premium switcher-scalers for LED displays, and HQUltra range of scaler-switchers, as well as its professional blend-and-warp image processors, effective immediately.

Calibre CEO Tim Brooksbank commented: “The market demand for premium performance presentation scaler-switchers and image processors is growing and expanding at an explosive rate around the world. As Calibre expands its branded product marketing programs, it is critical that we work with a distribution partner that has the global scale of resources and resellers that can represent the Calibre value proposition to the largest audience of potential buyers in every vertical market that employs electronic display equipment. That partner, in our estimation, is Stampede. We’re thrilled to be working with their team!”

Kevin Kelly, Stampede president and COO added: “Calibre has been innovating image processing solutions for third-party OEM customers for more than 28 years. Now that the company is expanding its business strategy for sales and marketing of Calibre branded solutions we are honoured that they have selected Stampede to serve as the one distribution partner to help them penetrate more vertical markets on a global scale.

“Calibre is a perfect candidate for the new Stampede Global Distribution Program. This very solid, high quality regional manufacturer now has the opportunity to look far beyond its traditional market focus and reach a truly global audience of buyers, quickly and cost-effectively, by working with a single source of contact – Stampede. We expect other regional manufacturers to take advantage of this strategic business-building program.”

Calibre image scaling and processing

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