NEC Display Solutions and its partners will present the NEC Solutions Showcase, a “collaboration of expertise and innovation to deliver fully integrated, readily-deployable solutions.” Located in London WC1, the Showcase is a networking opportunity as the AV and digital signage community comes together on 17-18 May at Victoria House, Bloomsbury Square, London WC1.
Driving new opportunities in digital signage and collaboration, visitors will discover how the latest generation of NEC products fit their needs today and in the future with seamless solutions which can be upgraded at any time. NEC has partnered with over 35 solutions providers.
‘The fundamental principles of the Showcase are what has seen it grow from strength to strength,’ says Neil Hartigan, managing director, NEC Display Solutions. ‘Fully integrated solutions configured to meet the specific needs of our customers; bringing technology to life to deliver an engaging experience which will impart knowledge and inspiration. Innovation and new technology will see new highlights each year but our DNA will endure, it’s what keeps people coming back year after year!’
A highlight of the show will be NEC’s InfinityBoard solution, a custom fit collaborative meeting experience. Visitors will see how InfinityBoard fulfils specific needs for a powerful and scalable workspace. It can be configured for video conferencing, brainstorming, learning or presenting and drive productivity through creativity and collaboration. Its benefits will be found in many of the various vertical focused zones.
Supporting NEC’s powerful embedded Open Modular Intelligence platform, new super slimline V & P Series large format displays will feature throughout Showcase alongside the forthcoming new C Series for low cost professional signage. New future-ready, ultra-thin bezel design desktop monitors, ideal for multi-monitor set ups, will sit perfectly within the corporate zone for professional visualization scenarios and elsewhere for signage.
Laser projection continues to offer a compelling proposition in many sectors. Combining the long-life benefits of laser with the brilliant colour brightness of LCD, plus no filter and zero maintenance, the new NEC PA653UL is the world’s first laser projector to bring this compelling feature bundle to market.
It’s free to attend and you can register here.