We are very pleased to start a partnership with Scala, who is the world’s best signage software provider, and we are convinced that the partnership between the two companies will have great synergy.
Maastricht, The Netherlands (PRWEB) May 24, 2010
Tovis, a leading provider of industrial and public information displays, has joined Scala as a Scala Certifed Partner. Tovis is ahead of its competition by creating LCDs of various stretched sizes and by combining slim bezel 46-inch screens into one large display to create a Super Narrow LCD Video Wall or LCD Multi-Vision Screen.
The stretched displays can vary in size (from 6.2 up to 49.5 inch), orientation (landscape/portrait), and length and width relation (from 1:2 up to 1:5). Image compression is an extra feature for these screens to create panoramic images. In addition, the 37.9-inch screen is a high brightness model (1000 cd/LED back light), making it an outstanding display for outdoor retail environments and transportation.
All stretched Tovis screens display only one content stream. However end users can also divide the screen into different areas and combine different content to different parts of the screen. For example, one-third of the screen shows one content stream, and the other two-thirds of the screen shows different content.
The Super Narrow LCD Video Wall has been created with 16, 46-inch screens that can be arranged in configurations ranging from 2 x 1 screens up to 4 x 4 screens. In the largest configuration, the Super Narrow LCD Video Wall creates a 184-inch wide display. The gaps between the screens in the video walls are only 7.3 mm, and this single-view output is possible by adopting narrow bezel technology.
Tovis screens are MPEG, RoHS, PID and Scala compliant. Plus they can be manufactured with touch screen functionality.
“We are very pleased to start a partnership with Scala, who is the world’s best signage software provider, and we are convinced that the partnership between the two companies will have great synergy,” said Inho Cho, Chief of the Marketing Team, Tovis.
“Tovis’ screens are not only unique because of their shape, but also because the quality of the screens is remarkably high,” said Oscar Elizaga, Vice President, Scala EMEA. “This combination of shape and image quality unlocks a complete new window of possibilities for reaching target audiences of end users that use digital signage for their communication.”
For more information about Tovis, visit http: http://www.tovism.com.
Tovis strives to be the world’s best display solution company for public display, casino gaming machine displays and digital signage all around world. In the casino market, all screens are built into the gaming machines, and the screens run 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Tovis’ global market share is about 20 percent, and the reason for this is its high standards of quality and reliability. Tovis also developed the world’s first “Stretched LCD Screen,” which has been well-received in the public advertisement market.
Driving more than 500,000 screens worldwide, Scala is a leading global provider of digital signage and advertising management solutions. Scala is the world’s first connected signage company, offering the leading platform for content creation, management and distribution in digital signage networks and the first unified platform for advertising management of both traditional and digital signage networks. The company’s digital signage customers include Rabobank, IKEA, Burger King, T-Mobile, Virgin MegaStore, Warner Brothers, The Life Channel, Rikstoto, Repsol, NorgesGruppen, Audi, ECE Flatmedia, Kaufhof (Metro Group) and thousands more. Advertising management customers include CBS Outdoor, Clear Channel Outdoor and Magic Media, among others. Scala is headquartered near Philadelphia, USA, and has subsidiaries in Canada, The Netherlands, France, Norway, Germany and Japan, as well as more than 450 partners in more than 60 countries. More information is available at http://www.scala.com.
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