Digital Signage/Monitors


  • Dell Offers Sony TVs
    The PC maker begins selling the first of new brands and products recently promised by founder Michael Dell.
  • Solution Providers Sign Off On Digital Displays
    Complexity is often a mixed blessing for the channel. Take the digital signage market, where the complexity of networked digital-signage installations has created new opportunities for solution providers. At the same time, it's created a highly fragmented market with a less defined path to success.
  • NEC To Merge Display, Projector Units
    NEC said Friday it plans to merge its projector and desktop display/large-screen LCD units into one company, a move that includes combining the channel groups of each entity.
  • NEC To Merge Display, Projector Units
    NEC said Friday it plans to merge its projector and desktop display/large-screen LCD units into one company, a move that includes combining the channel groups of each entity.
  • Slide Show: Tackling E-Waste
    During the last year, Hewlett-Packard has refurbished 600,000 desktops, notebooks, servers and printers at its asset recovery center in Andover, Mass. CRN takes a tour.
  • Slide Show: 10 Scenes From CES
    The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas was a hubbub of how new product launches, trendsetting news and plenty to look at. Take a peek at 10 scenes from the show.
  • CES 2007: ViewSonic Drives iPod Integration
    ViewSonic is mounting an iPod integration assault at the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show that includes what the display maker calls the world's first portable projector with an integrated iPod docking station.
  • What's Hot, What's Not In 2007
    There are a few things you probably won't be able to do anymore in 2007. Sell VoIP as a cost-cutting measure is one. Another is price by the processor. Still another is ride the NAC wave to continued profits in security, unless you plan to fine-tune your message. Security is still the hottest game in town, of course, but the hype around NAC has made customers skeptical. The thrill is gone.
  • LCD TV Growth To Slow In '07
    Rapid price declines will slow LCD TV revenue growth in 2007, according to projections from market research firm iSuppli.
  • ViewSonic Sees Growth, Boost From Vista in '07
    ViewSonic executives believe "The Vista Factor" will be one of several growth points they see in 2007, touting the forthcoming Microsoft operating system as a big opportunity for display solutions given its advances in graphics and user interface functionality.
  • Westinghouse Digital To Launch Big Displays, Channel Program
    Another tier-one brand is gunning for a piece of the commercial display space: Westinghouse Digital Electronics, which plans to launch large displays at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show and roll out a new VAR program in the spring.
  • Tech Watch
    A look at new products and technologies available to solution providers by leading and emerging vendors

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