Samsung Showcases Integrated Enterprise Solutions at the Samsung Display Tech Summit 2023

November 6, 2023
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Four new display solutions have launched in Southeast Asia and Oceania (SEAO) – The Wall for Virtual Production, Indoor LED All-in-One 130”, Samsung Interactive Display and Samsung Windows Kiosk


At the Samsung Display Tech Summit 2023, Samsung Electronics showcased an integrated enterprise solution approach to help enable the next stage of enterprise digital transformation.


Enterprise customers and partners from across the SEAO region gathered in Seoul, South Korea, on October 11 and 12, where Samsung shared its technological vision while showcasing its latest display, IT and industrial solutions and services to help enterprises become more agile and competitive in the fast-evolving digital world.


Hoon Chung, Corporate EVP and Head of Enterprise Business Team, Samsung Electronics, said, “In today’s post-Covid world, we are seeing an increase in hybrid learning and working, which has led to a need for display solutions that cater to digital transformations in the workplace and classroom. Equally, there is a growing importance for content management and remote management tools with the expanded role of digital signage.”


Integrated Digital Solutions and Services for Today’s Enterprises

Together with its wide ecosystem of partners, Samsung provides a comprehensive range of devices, solutions, and services to help meet the needs of various industries, including corporations, education, hospitality, healthcare and more.


Combining its range of products with its solutions for device, display and content, smart building management, and enterprise grade Knox security services, Samsung can help provide a holistic portfolio of seamlessly integrated offerings to power the modern digital enterprise.


SH Jo, President & CEO, Southeast Asia & Oceania, Samsung Electronics, said: “Samsung is committed to providing an integrated enterprise solution approach for organisations to be more strategic in their transformation efforts. This is especially relevant in the hyper-competitive and digitally-forward   Southeast Asia and Oceania region where enterprises are actively looking for new ways to offer products and services to customers that add greater value to their every day.”


To power the next phase of digital transformation for enterprises in SEAO, that were launched at the Summit last week include:[2]


  • The Wall for Virtual Production (Model name: IVC): A new addition to the expanding The Wall series, The Wall IVC has pixel pitch options of P1.68 and P2.1. It supports dedicated studio frame rates (23.976, 29.97, and 59.94Hz) while supporting gen-locking to synchronise the screen with a camera’s video signal. A high refresh rate of up to 12,288Hz, 1,500 max brightness, and up to 170-degree wide angle enables incredible picture quality for virtual content. Based on modular technology for a variety of installation options, including a flat screen or up to 6,000R curvature, The Wall IVC can be hung or stacked with other screens and is protected against dust and particles that are common in production environments. The integrated Virtual Production Management (VPM) solution makes it easy to manage the screen and ensure high-quality picture with an easy interface;
  • Indoor LED All-in-One (Model name: IAC): The IAC is a 130-inch full HD LED screen with a pre-assembled frame kit that allows users to install the display simply by hanging it on the wall. With a slim 56mm design, it provides 1,000 nits of peak brightness and a 3,840 Hz refresh rate for immersive video display well suited for high-end corporate lobbies, boardrooms, and retail stores. Supported with Microsoft 365 suite of services in its built-in Samsung S-Box, the IAC is a powerful and versatile display solution for commercial environments;
  • Samsung eboard Interactive Display (Model name: WAC): Built on Android OS, the new Samsung Interactive Display is the foundation for digital classrooms and lecture theaters with its customisable UI, support for education apps, multi-screen mode and ability to share up to nine displays at once regardless of OS or device and utilise intelligent education apps. Coming in 65 and 75inch models, it also has a myriad of connectivity options for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, HDMI, and 3-in-1 USB-C, enabling screen mirroring, touch control and external device charging (max. 65W power pass through);
  • Samsung Windows Kiosk (Model KMC-W): Samsung has expanded its self-ordering kiosk solutions with the Samsung Windows Kiosk, featuring support for Windows OS. The new Kiosk features an interactive 24-inch display that brings expanded software compatibility for F&B, retail, travel, and healthcare industries;


These new display offerings further strengthen Samsung’s suite of enterprise solutions for creating new customer experiences in a digital world.


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[2] The eboard Interactive Display and Windows Kiosk are available to purchase in Australia now. The Wall and Indoor LED All-in-one will launch in Australia at a later date, to be announced.

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