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Harnessing Fiber Optics for Ultra-high-resolution Signage 
By John W. DeWitt
New digital signage and related AV technologies are harnessing more and more of the theoretically unlimited bandwidth of the fiber-optic transport medium. This gives application architects, integrators, and users the opportunity to power large, extremely high-resolution displays--including 1920x1200p HD progressive...

Installation Profile: Into the Tunnel 
By Dan Daley
Digital signage runs the gamut from prosaic to artful. The digital-signage installation at American Airlines' new Terminal 8 at JFK International Airport...

The Buzz: Installation Spotlight: Specialty stores, nationwide  
Staff Report
In today's competitive retail climate, specialty stores such as The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Tully's Coffee, Borders, Robeks, and Jack in the Box were...

The Buzz: Installation Spotlight: Capital Off-Track Betting, Schenectady, N.Y.  
Staff Report
The applications that fall under the umbrella of digital signage continue to grow as professionals in virtually every video business learn more about...

Expert Roundtable: The Future of Digital Signage 
By Bennett Liles
The digital-signage industry is gaining steam at a phenomenal rate...

Emerging Technology: Thinner and Flexible Panels on the Horizon 
By John DeWitt
Recent technology developments continue the pursuit of key design and performance goals for digital signage and other display applications: more vivid pictures, thinner form factors, lower power consumption, and flexible screens. ...

KVM Switches Answer Call to AV/IT Action 
By Jessaca Gutierrez
A staple among devices in the server room, the KVM switch is garnering a bit more attention on the AV side of the networking platform. Traditionally, the KVM switch was developed to manage the burgeoning crowd of CRT monitors, keyboards, and mice. Early models of the switch connected these devices to two desktop workstations....

Research: Growth Continues in Intensely Competitive Flatpanel Market 
By John W. DeWitt
Demand for flatpanel displays remains surprisingly strong in the North American market, despite an uncertain economy, with significant growth occurring in segments such as businesses' meeting rooms, according to recent research reports from Pacific Media Associates and DisplaySearch...

InfoComm 08 Video Preview 
By Trevor Boyer
It's 2008, and HD is everywhere — especially in Las Vegas at InfoComm 08...

The Long Tail: The Growing Market for Basic Digital Signage  
By John W. DeWitt
Even as sophisticated, large-scale digital-signage networks proliferate, there is enormous growth opportunity in the underserved market for basic “digital poster” signage solutions, according to Eric Kanagy, CEO of Goshen, Ind.-based RedPost...

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