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iiyama adds into its digital signage displays

Software solution allows screen segmentation and multiple display connectivity

iiyama has signed an exclusive agreement with Barcelona-based start-up to incorporate the company’s software into its displays. The all-in-one solution allows screen segmentation and multiple display connectivity without the need for additional external hardware.

“iiyama displays are famous worldwide for their quality, reliability and durability”, explained Toni Viñals, CEO of “They are great products to communicate with and now, with the platform, users will be able to reap maximum performance with minimum effort. We are thrilled that iiyama displays now ship with our software and help with the democratisation of the digital signage market. Furthermore, this alliance opens the door for to all the markets where iiyama is present: Europe, Middle East and Japan.”

Jeffry Pettinga, European sales director for iiyama added: “the new series of iiyama all-in-one displays tackles the necessities of the digital signage market with a robust, reliable, easy to use and scalable solution that requires no technical support to install and maintain.

“The speed of implementation, the robustness and power of the platform, its ease of use and the support granted by the nsign.Academy are differential value propositions that we are convinced will make this integration very productive both for our distributors as well as the final client”.

Lewis Clifford, iiyama sales and marketing manager for the UK and Ireland, concluded: “We are betting on providing solutions that add value to our displays, and is a differential platform for its usability, connectivity and broadcast control. This model simplifies digital signage for clients, making it more accessible to companies of all sizes. In the UK it has generated a lot of interest and we are already rolling out projects and working on some fantastic opportunities.”