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InfoComm Best of Show– Digital Signage Winners Announced

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As the InfoComm Show wraps today in Las Vegas, NewBay Media announces the Winners of the InfoComm Digital Signage Best of Show Awards. The Best of Show Awards recognize new and outstanding products exhibited at the InfoComm 2016 show. The Digital Signage winners were selected, on-site, by a panel of AV professionals.

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The winners in the Digital Signage category:

• Leyard and Planar

Leyard TWA Series LED Video Wall

• SunBriteTV
SB-8418UHD 84-inch 4K UHD Outdoor Television

• AV Stumpfl

Wings Engine Raw 8K

• LG Electronics
Curved-View Tiling OLED Display

• LG Electronics
Dual-View Flat OLED Display

• Barco
R-Series Digital Media Canvas (LED)

• Epson America, Inc.
Epson Pro L25000U Laser 3LCD Projector with 4K Enhancement and 25,000 lumen output

• Hall Research 
HHD264 - The Dynamic Virtual Matrix Switch

• Calibre C6844

Calibre HQView600 Series Presentation Scaler-Switchers, with Added Streaming Input

• Matrox Graphics Inc.
Matrox C900 Multi-Display Graphics Card

• Sharp Electronics Corporation

Sharp’s Next-Generation Professional LCD Monitors

• Casio

Casio’s LampFree XJ-F210WN Advanced Series Projector, 3500 ANSI lumens, WXGA resolution

• Stewart Filmscreen
Torrent ElectriScreen

• NEC Display Solutions

MultiSync X554HB Display Large-Screen Monitor for High Ambient Light or Direct Sunlight

• Premier Mounts
Triple Outdoor Stand for Samsung OH55D Displays

• Samsung Electronics America

Samsung UH55F-E,1.6mm bezel-to-bezel LCD Video Wall

• Peerless-AV

Peerless-AV Universal Modular LED Wall Mounting System

Full coverage and product details will follow soon in Digital Signage magazine,, and in custom media about the 2016 InfoComm Best of Show Award Winners.


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ISE Best of Show Includes Digital Signage

If you’re not aware that the ISE show in Amsterdam that wrapped last week not only broke its own previous attendance records but is now simply put the biggest AV show period– then you’ve been living under a rock (and out of sight of even digital signage). The show– joint venture of InfoComm and CEDIA– had 59,350 registered attendees February 10-12 at the Amsterdam RAI (an increase of 8,347 registered attendees, 16.4%, over ISE 2014).