Participation Signals Growing Importance of Chinese Market
InfoComm China 2009 Beijing, China, – November 9, 2009 – Jupiter Systems, the industry leader in display wall technology, will take center stage at InfoComm China 2009, China’s largest audio visual and systems integration show. InfoComm China will be held from November 9 – 11 at the National Agricultural Exhibition Center (New Hall), Booth #C1-01, Beijing, China.
Jupiter Systems, an ISO 9001:2008 registered company, has been an early and expanding investor in the Chinese market. Over the past five years, Jupiter’s revenues in China have increased significantly from sales of systems to support the country’s rapidly growing infrastructure in traffic management, utilities, telecom, security, defense, and corporate applications. Today, China is the fastest growing economy in Asia, with an estimated growth rate of 8% in 2009, according to the BBC.
“China is the fastest growing market for display wall systems used in command and control visualization,” said Brady O. Bruce, Vice President of Marketing and Strategic Alliances, “Government investment in critical infrastructure, from traffic management to power distribution and across all major industries, coupled with the energy and productivity of its workforce, makes China an incredibly exciting and important marketplace.”
Jupiter’s booth, No. C1-01, is located at the center front entrance to the National Agricultural Exhibition Center (New Hall). Its booth is adjacent to Jupiter partner Winhi (Booth # D1-01), the exclusive distributor for Samsung and its LCD display walls in China. Nearby is Jupiter’s top Chinese integration partner, Dehao Electronics Technology (DET) (Booth # B2-01).
Jupiter’s booth is comprised of three walls, each one demonstrating Jupiter products that control different display technologies: Wall #1 using PixelNet will control a 6 X 4 array of plasma panel displays. Wall #2 also using PixelNet, will drive a 3 X 3 array of LCD panel displays Wall #3 will be run by Jupiter’s Fusion Display Wall Processor with a 3 ? 2 array of rear projection cubes. In addition, a video pyramid will be built from 10 LCD panel displays and driven by PixelNet. Jupiter display wall processors will also run walls at the Winhi and DET booths.
Jupiter’s large 135 square meter booth was designed by Hong Kong-based Pico Far East Holding Ltd. Pico is a leading design, construction, event organizing, and construction firm in the exhibition, event marketing, museum, and conference markets. Pico is known for its visually compelling, innovative, and highly functional designs and interactive, multimedia installations. The firm is also the conference organizer for InfoComm China 2009 and handled the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Jupiter was an early investor in the country with the headquarters of its wholly owned subsidiary, Jupiter Systems China, in Shenzhen and a sales and support facility in Beijing. The company is the leading supplier of display wall controllers in China, winning major installations in public security, water, power, roadway, rail and air traffic management, mining, manufacturing, finance, and broadcast systems. Its command and control visualization products are considered best-of-breed and are designed for 24 ? 7 operation.