Calibre has announced that, despite the regrettable but understandable decision to postpone DSE2020, the company is continuing its efforts to expand its distribution channels in both North and South America.
At DSE, Calibre had planned to engage with potential channel partners through its display solutions.
“We have had considerable success in identifying excellent resellers throughoutEurope and Asia – but we are still underrepresented in some of the single biggest markets that exist from New York to Los Angeles, and from Mexico City to Buenos Aires,” said Willy Tsai, managing director, Calibre UK.
“There is certainly a growing opportunity in those regions for products like our AiO range as companies renew their focus on safer ways of working remotely, howthey can minimize travel, how they can minimize the number of physical meetings that take place and how they can minimize direct person-to-person interaction.”
The newest member of the AiO family, the LEDFusion A160, which made its debut earlier this year, features a 163-inch screen.
It is designed for the most demanding applications including premium boardrooms, lobbies, high-end retail, pro-AV, rental/staging, broadcast, houses of worship, medical, and education.