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Prysm announces eight EMEA channel partners

Ian McMurray 6 October 2010
Prysm announces eight EMEA channel partners

ISE this year saw the launch of Prysm’s Laser Phosphor Display (LPD) technology. Designed for large format display applications, it is said to offer the industry’s lowest power consumption and environmental impact along with freeform flexibility.  Prysm has now announced sixteen worldwide channel partners.

In EMEA, Prysm has appointed the following:

* Aleron Technologies    UAE  
* Astel    Turkey
* BIS    Benelux    
* Lighting Systems Co.    Kuwait  
* Muscat Electronics    Oman  
* Polymedia    Russia  
* PSCo    UK    
* Specialized Software Services    UAE  

North American channel partners are:

* 4D Sales and Marketing      
* AVI Systems      
* AVI-SPL      
* BKM Total Office      
* Bluewater      
* Diversified Media Group      
* Electrosonic Systems, Inc      
* Vision Control Associates of Nevada, Inc.     

“As Prysm’s exclusive partner in the U.K., we are very excited to bring a new technology and player into the market that has the ability to completely change the AV industry,” said Stuart Holmes (pictured), managing director at PSCo. “Prysm’s technology not only generates superior picture quality but has a modular design enabling our customers to create displays of any shape and size.”

Prysm says that its display solution is ideal for retail, command and control, broadcast, digital signage, transportation and many other applications. 25” diagonal (4:3) tiles provide designers, integrators and architects the flexibility to create displays of various shapes and sizes. LPD displays feature a nearly 180 degree viewing angle, brightness of 800nits, an optical seam of .25mm and a refresh rate of 240Hz, and are powered by solid-state components. The company says that its display solution offers an internal health monitor and auto-calibration system for 24/7 continuous operation and stable performance for the entire duration of the application.


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