Cox Communications improves corporate communication with LED displays
Cox Communications, a cable television provider, has renovated its Atlanta headquarters with LED displays from NanoLumens. The company deployed six Engage series displays in its executive boardroom and five in its corporate museum in the lobby, according to a press release.
NanoLumens provided 10.6 by 5.99 feet 1.6-milimeter displays with a 1,920 by 1,080 resolution. Due to the screen's natural brightness, the company can keep the blinds open during a presentation, according to the release.
"One of the great benefits of this display technology is that it does take up much less space, which, from a designer’s perspective, enables us to reimagine how we can make the totality of space available to us more productive for everyone," said Mandy Culpepper, owner of Mand Culpepper Interior Designs, the designers of the office, in the release.
Cox Communications also integrated five displays measuring 11 by 1.5-feet and featuring 2.5-millimeter pixel pitch for its corporate museum. These displays are designed with interactive content from design studio Second Story to help guests learn the history of Cox Communications.