NEWS: The University of Oregon has chosen a Haivision digital signage system to display real-time sports content to screens throughout its new basketball arena.
FEATURE: James Matthews-Paul reports from the first day of ISE 2012, taking place this week at the RAI in Amsterdam.
NEWS: Haivision Network Video has appointed Leo Bull as its vice-president of commercial sales for the Americas.
NEWS: Haivison is to present a range of its audio-visual equipment, including its CoolSign digital signage solution, at November's GovComm 2011 show.
NEWS: A digital signage system powered by CoolSign from Haivision Network Video has been installed in a medical centre.
NEWS: The University of British Columbia (UBC) in Montreal, Canada has extended its use of Haivision's digital signage solution.
NEWS: The upcoming European Digital Signage Expo in Essen, Germany is to feature a presentation from Haivision's Louis D Giacalone, founder of the CoolSign product.
NEWS: A deal between Kodak and Haivision has been finalised which will see the latter's CoolSign technology integrated into Kodak's JV700 and JV1000 displays, which have dimensions of 7" (17.78cm) and 10" (25.4cm) respectively.
NEWS: Digital communications solutions company MxN Middle East has been a certified reseller of the CoolSign digital signage product for five years, according to Haivision, which recently purchased the product line.
NEWS: Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2011 is fast approaching, with Chicago- and Montreal-based Haivision becoming the latest company to announce its position at the Amsterdam show, which will be held from February 1st to 3rd.
NEWS: Global technology company Panasonic has announced a strategic deal with digital signage specialist Haivision.
NEWS: Access to CoolSign software and players will now be available to universities, colleges and K12 facilities for a fee of $19,500 (£12,164).
NEWS: The CoolSign digital signage technology has been purchased by H.264 IP video solutions provider Haivision, as part of its acquisition of the assets of CS Software Holdings.