Nov. 14, 2012
Visual display solutions provider Christie is set to light up the command center of China Construction Bank's Beijing Data Center with a 29-meter wide by 0.9-meter high video wall using 216 Christie MicroTiles. Set in a three-units-by-72-units array, the Christie MicroTiles will go into full-fledged operation before the Spring Festival, according to a Christie announcement.
A large amount of data and constant real-time information demand a display with HD image quality, reliability, and durability, while the special light environment of the command center calls for higher brightness, Christie said. The large screen size further poses a stringent requirement on the convenience of installation and maintenance. All these present a great challenge to display solution providers.
"CCB headquarters is limited on space and Christie MicroTiles, with their compact footprint, perfectly meet their needs," said Guang Yang, general manager of HiteVision, who directed the project. "With the additional benefits of high brightness, richness of color, reliability, and easy maintenance, Christie MicroTiles seem tailor-made for the project."
Built on DLP technology and specifically designed for maximum image quality in high-ambient light environments, Christie MicroTiles also feature rear projection and LED technology that improves the brightness of images and richness of color, the company said.
"I'm very pleased that CCB is satisfied with its visual display solution of Christie MicroTiles and that with its unique qualities has met the requirements of the installation," said Lin Yu, vice president, Christie Asia Pacific. "It signifies that MicroTiles have won further recognition of the market. We hope the product will benefit more customers in China in the near future."
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