Minicom Digital Signage and Remote Media to Present Joint Application at Screenmedia Expo

Minicom Digital Signage, the leader in "last mile" player-to-screen connectivity solutions, along with Remote Media, the company behind signagelive, will be presenting a joint application at Screenmedia Expo Europe 2009

Zurich, Switzerland (April 3rd, 2009) - Minicom Digital Signage, the leader in "last mile" player -to -screen connectivity solutions, along with Remote Media, the company behind signagelive, the award winning SaaS Digital Signage platform, will be presenting a joint application at Screenmedia Expo Europe 2009 taking place on April 7th - 8th at the National Hall, Olympia, London.

Minicom and Remote Media will be jointly deploying a digital signage application stretching from the signagelive ceiling to Minicom's booth. The signagelive booth will host media players containing signagelive software and Minicom distribution systems. A CAT5 cable will then run across the convention floor all the way to the Minicom's booth where displays fitted with Minicom receivers will display the high definition content. Expo visitor's are invited to check out the application and see for themselves what power digital signage solutions can do for their business. Minicom's exhibition booth is located right at the Expo entrance at booth E02 while the signagelive booth is D01.

Ronni Guggenheim, CEO of Minicom Digital Signage, says the partnership between Remote Media and Minicom Digital Signage is no coincidence. "When two highly dynamic Digital Signage companies join forces the natural result is more holistic solutions to the Digital Signage / DOOH marketplace. Our solutions, which are deployed together in numerous rollouts, combine the benefits of leading powerful signage software with the best of class last mile extension and distribution solutions."

Jason Cremins, CEO of Remote Media, says the joint application will show how proper components can both significantly improve digital signage networks and lower costs. "We are delighted to collaborate with Minicom Digital Signage at Screenmedia Expo to demonstrate a total solution for distributed Digital Signage. Both Minicom and signagelive are pioneers in the Digital Signage sector and through 'hands -on' demonstration of an entire Digital Signage Network at Screenmedia Expo, we can show end -user and resellers how choosing the right components will result in a cost -effective and reliable Digital Signage solution."

Minicom will also be presenting three of its industry leading products at the show: the award winning DS Vision® 3000 distribution system, DS Vision® HDMI and the brand new VGA extender. In addition, Minicom in conjunction with Screenmedia Expo, is offering free tours of the entire show from an agnostic source. To participate in this free tour participants are requested to sign up at the following web address

About Minicom Digital Signage
Minicom Digital Signage is the world leader in the manufacturer of advanced multimedia platforms. The company's award winning solutions enable transmitting rich content from a media player to multiple digital displays located hundreds of meters/feet away. They also keep network costs down by reducing equipment and licensing requirements and better preserving your system. Today over a quarter of a million screens worldwide run using Minicom technology. A private company with over two decades of experience in providing innovative technology solutions, Minicom Digital Signage is exclusively dedicated to the manufacture of digital out -of -home multimedia platforms. As a result of its success, Minicom became an Intel Capital portfolio company and was selected as a Deloitte Technology Fast 500 company.

For more information about Minicom Digital Signage:
Daniela Santos
Marketing Manager
Minicom Digital Signage International HQ
T: +41 44 823 8006 F: +41 44 823 8005

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