|Microspace Announces Charter Membership in the Digital Signage Association|
Leading satellite provider joins advisory board to bring voice and credibility to a growing industry
Microspace has become one of the first members of the Digital Signage Association.
The Digital Signage Association was created to encourage effective and ethical business practices, and promote the growth and health of the rapidly growing digital signage industry. Greg Weaver, Manager of Digital Signage Networks for Microspace will serve as an advisory board member.
“We are very excited to be a part of this new organization, which is addressing the needs of a billion dollar industry,” said Greg Weaver. “With such rapid growth, it is critical to create a unified voice that will analyze new technologies, trends and issues.”
|About Digital Signage Association
The Digital Signage Association is operated by NetWorld Alliance, publishers of DigitalSignageToday.com and Retail Customer Experience Magazine. The founders of NetWorld Alliance also created the ATM Industry Association and currently operate the Self-Service & Kiosk Association.
“The launch of the Digital Signage Association will bring oversight and validation to our booming industry as technological advancements and innovative installations continue to drive its growth and evolution,” said David Drain, Executive Director at the association. “We are pleased to have one of the preeminent delivery companies for digital signage as a part of this organization. Greg Weaver’s addition to the board strengthens our overall industry and technical knowledge.”
Microspace’s technology powers a significant number of North American digital signage networks. Current deployments represent signage in nearly 10,000 locations with over 30,000 individual signage displays. Customers including Abercrombie & Fitch, Instant Access Media, ClubCom and more rely on Microspace’s VELOCITY digital signage satellite service to enhance content delivery across networks of all sizes at affordable rates.
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