• Samsung Partners with Golden State Warriors

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  • Samsung Partners with Golden State Warriors

    Samsung Electronics America helps the Golden State Warriors tip off the 2019-20 NBA season with a partnership that is revitalizing sports venues. Basketball’s newest arena, Chase Center, is a world-class sports and entertainment venue providing incredible fan experiences including more than 64 LED video displays including the largest centerhung video display in the NBA.
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  • The Samsung Galaxy S9 Display Makes Times Square Brighter—And Curvier

    The electrifying, 24/7 pulse of New York’s Times Square resulted in the city’s nickname: “The City that Never Sleeps.” And now, thanks to Samsung Prismview, the neighborhood just got a little brighter.

    With stand-out curved edges, 8mm boards, and a 4.2 million pixel pitch, the new Samsung Galaxy S9 board is a stunning addition to Two Times Square, the iconic building that sits squarely in the center of the hub. Now the Galaxy S9 has a display that’s as clear and technically advanced as the phone itself.

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  • In the Heart of Times Square, Samsung Reinvents Digital Signage Once Again

    You know it as the building where the ball drops on New Year’s Eve. But One Times Square is turning heads for a new reason lately. That’s because Jamestown, the real estate investment and management company that owns the iconic property, recently installed a massive, high-end LED display on the front of the building. Stretching an unprecedented 20 stories, the new display transforms the legendary facade into a groundbreaking visual experience.

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  • War Memorial Arena Renovations Preserve Historic Past and Promise a Bright Future

    October 13, 2018, was a momentous night for Syracuse, New York. The beloved Syracuse Crunch opened their 25th season at War Memorial Arena. But the fans weren’t just there to see their favorite AHL team.

    The nearly 70-year-old War Memorial Arena had just undergone a substantial $10M renovation—complete with new shiny tech from Prismview—and locals were clamoring to see the results.

    With six new luxury suites, a digital marquee, crystal-clear center hung display, and extended ribbon lighting, the 7,000-seat arena was totally revamped, while still keeping its heritage and history. A perfect marriage of old and new, the restored building is ready to excite fans for years to come.

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