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KBZ expands digital signage offering with Cisco, Industry Weapon, TruMedia

KBZ Communications, a distributor of Cisco TelePresence solutions and services, announced today that it has expanded its Cisco product set to include distribution and support for the Cisco Digital Media Suite (DMS), and for complementary products from Industry Weapon and TruMedia Technologies, both part of the Cisco Developer Network (CDN) program.

Combined, the offerings provide a digital signage solution set that includes deployment, distribution, management and measurement of digital content. Ralph Coulter, formerly a Cisco DMS sales specialist, will serve as KBZ’s director of digital systems, overseeing sales, training and support for these technologies.

The Cisco Digital Media Suite, part of Cisco’s Video Content portfolio, comprises Cisco Digital Signs, Cisco Show and Share, and Cisco Enterprise TV. These solutions create a comprehensive offering of webcasting, video sharing, digital signage, and business IPTV applications for creating and distributing digital content from a single platform. Industry Weapon provides cloud-based digital content creation and management solutions. TruMedia Technologies is a global supplier of automated audience measurement and targeted advertising solutions for the display industry. KBZ has also partnered with Fast Lane, a Cisco Learning Partner specializing in Cisco Certified training, to deliver Cisco DMS training at KBZ Headquarters and other locations throughout the U.S.

digital signage is an exciting technology in an expanding market that is a perfect complement to our resale partners’ telepresence and video skill sets,” said Ken Zorzi, KBZ Communications president, in the announcement. “The investment we’ve made in infrastructure, Cisco DMS lab equipment and additional resources will help our partners begin selling this product suite quickly and efficiently.”

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