Prismview Is Integrated Into Samsung: All of a Sudden, Samsung Is an LED Leader Now

Today Samsung Electronics America announced the integration of Prismview, LLC sales and marketing teams into its display business — further strengthening the company’s LED portfolio and salesforce. The Utah-based company manufactures and installs large-format LED video displays, and their products are recognized around the world for outstanding image quality and superior durability.

Prior to being a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics America, Inc., Prismview, formerly known as Yesco Electronics, LLC, was an affiliate of the Young Electric Sign Co. (“Yesco”). Prismview will continue to operate its product management, production, engineering/R&D and administration groups.

Prismview has deployed thousands of displays worldwide and installed some of the largest, most complex and most recognizable LED video display installations in the world: M&T Bank Stadium, Rogers Place, State Farm Arena, Vivint Smart Home Arena, the Spectrum Center and multiple spectaculars, including several installations along the world-famous Las Vegas Strip and in Times Square in New York City, including the recent renovation of One Times Square.

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. has maintained its position as a leader in digital signage as measured by unit sales for the tenth consecutive year. Recently released data from IHS Markit identified Samsung as the top-selling brand in the industry since 2009. According to the IHS Technology report “Public Display Market Tracker,” Samsung accounted for 25.8% of the global market share for digital signage unit sales in 2018.¹ Samsung offers technology that fulfills the increasing demands of today’s businesses, provides the opportunity to transform workspaces and creates new, immersive experiences for customers.

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Learn more about Prismview here and Samsung’s commercial display division here.

Note: Consumer TVs, along with Commercial Lite and Hospitality TVs used for signage, are excluded.