The award winning DB Systems (DB) has maintained its standing as the UK’s premier AV & IT rental company, as well as demonstrated its strong financial position, with a major investment in its rental inventory.
DB has made a six figure investment in new equipment, including further 46” NEC seamless LCD panels which are in addition to the 40 seamless plasma panels in our rental stock. The seamless LCDs show true HD and are a lot brighter – check out the comparison video on our website.
We have also invested in some stand alone mini holographic 3D units.
DB has also made a further investment in Microsoft Surface™ units, which the company originally introduced to the UK event and exhibition market at the end of 2009. Microsoft Surface is a revolutionary multi-touch system that allows several users to simultaneously touch up to 52 points on the screen. Users can also operate a variety of programmes and features to perform numerous functions at any one time, such as maximising and minimising windows, viewing product data, as well as animation and video content.
The investment in new equipment has come as DB prepares for a
busy spring calendar of events. Over the next three months, DB will
be supply AV & IT services to 14 events. DB will be the
official AV supplier to 11 of those events, including ITEC, which
is Europe’s leading event showcasing products and services
for purposes of defence, training, education and simulation, and
David Bulley, Managing Director of DB Systems, said: "This latest investment demonstrates our strong financial standing and continued commitment to make the latest AV products available to our customers.
“We have seen a big uptake in the demand for the seamless LCD units over the seamless plasmas that we already have in stock. In fact, one of our customers has now moved over entirely to these more modern units.
"This year is gearing up to be very exciting for us. We are already experiencing growth for our DBpixelhouse division, increased demand for our environmentally friendly and cost-effective ecoXpress system, as well as the expansion in to the internet and telephony market.”
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