CE labs to Feature Digital Signage Showcase

CE labs to feature digital signage showcase via website.

Garland, TX. April 18, 2008 - CE labs® to feature a digital signage showcase via website.


As digital signage gains mainstream appeal, companies are beginning to understand the importance of content. CE labs will now feature a digital signage showcase on their website to help companies visualize what a successful campaign can look like.

The showcase allows companies to view successfully deployed digital signage campaigns in real time. Companies will be able to see how a print advertising campaign can be repurposed to dynamic digital signage.

For additional information on the digital signage showcase, contact Katy Dailey or visit www.celabs.net. The showcase is available on our website at http://www.celabs.net/celabs_showcase/celabs_digitalsignage.html.

About CE labs®:

CE labs® is a manufacturer of high quality HD, HDMI and component matrix switchers, distribution amplifiers, CAT5 extenders, active and passive baluns, digital media players, RF modulators and amplifiers. CE labs features an in -house design studio capable of custom electronic merchandising solutions including interactive displays, kiosks and digital signage content. CE labs, Inc. is an industry icon proudly celebrating 20 years of quality craftsmanship and dedicated customer service.

Contact:

Katy R. Dailey, Communications Specialist
CE labs®
800.767 -6189
kdailey@celabs.net
www.celabs.net

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