Nanolumens Partners With Smart Monkeys to Create NanoSuite


Nanolumens has partnered with Smart Monkeys for something called NanoSuite. Powered by ISAAC and aimed at designers and system integrators, NanoSuite offers a tool to control, monitor and manage complex display systems.This partnership with Nanolumens and Smart Monkeys brings “years of expertise and knowledge of controlling displays with reliable solutions.”

“We have worked alongside Smart Monkeys on several complex projects which made them the perfect partner to help us tackle broader display management issues that plague our partners. For years, the industry has struggled with controlling large display systems both from an infrastructure and operational standpoint. When we designed NanoSuite we started by taking everything our partners loved and hated about managing displays and used that as the roadmap for development. The result is a tiered data approach that gives users the ability to monitor their Nanolumens display performance, control and schedule displays, manage content, review historical performance and troubleshoot from the single interface in a staggered way. This development provides system integrators a way to keep their NOCs clean and actionable but gain a significant amount of troubleshooting and response capability,” said Brice McPheeters, vice president of product & planning for Nanolumens.

“NanoSuite and the ISAAC system can work completely local, on-premises (On-Prem), via API, or through remote access offering the utmost in show control. We’re proud to power Nanolumens’ displays with ISAAC to support our clients on a more long-term basis. NanoSuite is versatile and is supported by browsers like Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Firefox and Safari. This integrated solution is just the beginning of this partnership. Stay tuned for more on the immediate horizon from this strategic partnership,” said Stephan Villet, managing partner, Smart Monkeys.

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NanoSuite is available now and will be on display during InfoComm.