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Net Display SystemsNet Display Systems (NDS), developer of PADS digital signage software, is excited to announce that NDS Middle East will be present at InfoComm MEA 2012 in Dubai, UAE. InfoComm MEA 2012 assembles the widest range of AV systems and technologies and will be held from 14 till 18 October.

In the same week of InfoComm MEA NDS Middle East will host their first annual NDS Middle East Partner Day in their Dubai office.  During this event our partners will be fully trained on PADS4 software. Furthermore, focus sessions will cover signage applications, market requirements and opportunity spotting.

If you’re not part of the extensive NDS partner network yet and you’re visiting InfoComm MEA 2012, NDS invites you to discuss the possibilities how NDS Middle East can grow your signage business. To schedule a meeting between 14 and 18 October make sure to send an e-mail to ndsme [at] NDS is looking forward meeting you in 2 weeks.

About Net Display Systems

Since their establishment in 1994 Net Display Systems has evolved into a recognized worldwide player for digital signage software. Their core-business is developing digital signage software called PADS.

With an extensive partner network the company is proactive in more than 75 countries. Their partners are dedicated and specialized professionals providing installation, training and support of their products. Net Display Systems has thousands of installations in multiple market sectors from transportation, corporate and government to hospitality and retail.

One in four of the hundred world’s most recognized brands have chosen PADS as their digital signage platform.

Every day millions of people all over the world see displays running the PADS software of Net Display Systems. Installations vary from simple standalone solutions to national or global, complex and often mission critical digital signage solutions.

Source: Net Display Systems

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