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NanoLumens to intro expanded line of flex/non-flex digital signage displays at CETW11 in NYC

Norcross, Ga.-based NanoLumens, producer of large-format flexible digital display technology, today announced it will introduce an expanded line of flexible displays, as well as its first line of non-flexible displays, at the 2011 Customer Engagement Technology World conference and exhibition in New York City.

The fall edition of CETW11 will be held at the Jacob Javits Convention Center, Nov. 9-10.

According to the announcement from NanoLumens, this means the company “will take a giant leap forward in its quest to fully commercialize its revolutionary ‘digital wall paper’ technology that literally turns any surface into a powerful communications platform — while eliminating virtually all of the weight, installation, energy and cost-efficiency issues associated with traditional large-format digital displays.”

“Our Flex technology can now be assembled to satisfy any shape and size requirements, so any location cannow become a dynamic and dramatic video display” NanoLumens President and CEO Rick Cope said in the announcement, posted online by PR firm Griffin. “At the same time, our new line of NanoSlim and NanoShape non-flexible displays, available in 6mm, 5mm and 4mm pixel pitches, will offer customers a more cost-effective alternative when flexibility is not a requirement.”

Designed and assembled entirely in the United States, NanoLumens displays are now available in both flexible and non-flexible frames in four product lines: NanoFlex and NanoWrap flexible displays; NanoSlim rigid rectangular displays; and NanoShape rigid round, square and triangular displays.

“As the industry’s premier showcase of customer engagement technology solutions, we are tremendously excited to serve as the platform for the launch of this remarkable company and its expanded product line”, CETW General Manager Lawrence Dvorchik said in the announcement. “When CETW attendees experience the NanoLumens product line, they are going to look at customer engagement in a totally new way.”

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