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NEC Display Solutions announces 4th NEC Solutions Showcase


NEC Display Solutions, the manufacturer and distributor of NEC display monitors for pro-image makers has announced the 4th NEC Solutions Showcase to take place on Wednesday 25th of April at The O2. To register for the event please seethe details below.

Press release:

We are delighted to announce the 4th NEC Solutions Showcase to take place on Wednesday 25th of April at The O2 and we do hope that you will be able to attend.

For anyone buying, installing or specifying an interactive display, video wall, digital signage network or projection solution, the NEC Solutions Showcase offers the opportunity to experience the solution in action and be briefed on how the solution was constructed from one of our accredited solutions partners.

This year the industry zones will be more interactive and will show how NEC and the multiple solution providers work in partnership in real life scenarios. NEC will also be previewing some of the new technology releases set to influence the display market in 2012.

Showcase 2012 zones are to include;
•    Education - Classroom of the Future
•    Leisure & Entertainment
•    Digital out of Home
•    Transportation
•    Office of the Future
•    Retail - Your Future Shopping Experience

In addition to the zones above we will be hosting two seminars in association with ‘The Screen Forum’ covering 'The O2 – A Digital Journey' and in the afternoon ‘Augmented Reality, The World According to 3D and Mobile Interaction’.
The Screen Forum UK is an independent group dedicated to the ongoing development of the digital signage industry. Its members include representatives from all aspects of this rapidly growing medium and its events aim to promote best practice across the industry through the sharing of expertise and thought-leadership. See website for full seminar details.

Solution partners include SMART, Scala, Nexus, AMX, U-touch, CBS, Exterity, Lifesize, TeamMate, Harp, DAS Business Furniture, Crestron, Mentor, Whitespace, Chief, Comqi and many more.

REGISTRATION: To register for this event please visit our website  -

WHEN : Wednesday 25th April 2012, 10am – 6pm

WHERE : The O2
Peninsula Square
SE10 0DX


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