Large format displays and digital pens are big business says Ingram
Anoto Group has signed a global agreement with Ingram Micro to distribute the Anoto Live Display and other enterprise collaboration solutions.
Recently unveiled at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2016, the Anoto Live 55in 4K Display can be used with the Swedish company’s high-precision digital pens. Ingram Micro will serve as the first distribution partner of the company.
“We recently introduced our Anoto Live Displays in response to market demand for interactive 4K display technologies that enhance business collaboration in unified communications and collaboration (UCC) environments, and the feedback has been very strong,” said Stein Revelsby, CEO of Anoto.
“Our distribution alignment with Ingram Micro is a testament to this market response, and we look forward to building momentum together with our full suite of multi-surface digital writing and drawing solutions.”
The first model in the line, the 55-inch screen, will open for pre-orders soon, with initial shipments to customers projected for Q2 2016.
“The capabilities and flexible nature of the Anoto Live Display and Anoto’s other collaboration form factors make this a compelling addition to our display and UCC’s offerings,” said Kevin Prewett, senior director, Advanced Solutions, Ingram Micro.
Anoto recently launched its Channel Partner Programme with sales, marketing and support benefits. Numerous resellers have already signed up to the programme, including AV integrator CCS Presentation Systems, home and commercial technology automation integrator Artisan Systems, video-conferencing services and technologies provider PerfectVC, and sampling technology leader SKC.
Anoto has three UK offices in Basingstoke, Guildford and Wetherby.