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SiliconCore to exhibit at Integrate Expo

Aug 24, 2015

AV professionals in the Australia region will be able to get up close and personal to SiliconCore’s revolutionary Common Cathode driven LED displays for the first time when the company exhibits at Integrate Australia on Booth G9 from 25th – 27th August at the Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre.

The Integrate booth will feature SiliconCore’s smallest pixel pitch display, the Lavender 1.2mm in a Full HD format. This is achieved in just 110” making it comparable to traditional large format displays but with striking image clarity, ideal for close proximity viewing. The stand will also showcase the Magnolia 1.50mm, a revolutionary high resolution LED display that is perfect for broadcast applications, displayed as a huge, immersive curved screen.

Glenn Bailey, VP for APAC from SiliconCore comments:

“SiliconCore is a manufacturer who has transformed the LED landscape to make the technology accessible to markets that could previously not utilise this method of image generation, including broadcast and close proximity viewing applications within corporate institutions. In my new role as VP for the Asia Pacific region I look forward to furthering relationships throughout the whole channel.”

Eric Li, President and CEO of SiliconCore added:

“As word about our new method for driving LED displays spreads, we are seeing increasing demand from markets around the world. We drive our LEDs in a completely new way, using the Common Cathode rather than the traditional Common Anode method. This ensures that less power is wasted as heat for displays that run cool, do not require additional cooling fans, have an enhanced effective lifespan of 100,000 hours and industry leading total cost of ownership with up to 40% energy savings.”


Editor’s Contact:

Emily Burrows, Plaster, T: +441179530320, E: [email protected]

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