SpinetiX at Integrate 2010

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SpinetiX brings its HMP100 Hyper Media Player to the Integrate tradeshow in Sydney, Australia, next month. Winner of NEC’s ‘Best of InfoComm’ Award at the world’s largest AV industry tradeshow in Las Vegas in June, the HMP100 represents a fresh and cost-effective alternative to PC-based digital signage content distribution. Using open software standards that enable users to create custom applications, each Hyper Media Player occupies less space than a typical signage PC, consumes less power, and is more stable.

Serge Konter, marketing manager at SpinetiX, says: “Our approach to the creation, distribution and scheduling of digital signage content is taking the world by storm, and Australia is no exception. This year’s Integrate show gives us the perfect opportunity to capitalize on the huge amount of interest shown in our approach, and we are confident that many new partnerships will be formed as the result of our presence at the event.”

Organized by Alchemedea Events, the 2010 event takes place from 24-26 August at the Hordern Pavilion and Royal Hall of Industries, Sydney.

www.spinetix.com

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