NEC Display Solutions Earns DCI Compliance on NC3240S Digital Cinema Projector
Date: 28 Sep 2011
Category: Cinema technology solutions
NEC Australia, a leading communications systems integrator, announced today that its NC3240S digital cinema projector has reached full Digital Cinema Initiatives (DCI) Compliance for usage with 2K legacy third party servers. The new projector offers 31,000 lumens of brightness with precise 4K (4096 x 2160) resolution and 3D capabilities for the largest cinema screen sizes of up to 105-feet wide.
The test was completed by the Research Institute for Digital Media and Content at Keio University (DMC) in Japan, which is one of three entities licensed by Digital Cinema Initiatives, LLC to perform the Compliance Test Plan (CTP) tests. NEC’s digital cinema projectors were certified in:
(*1) Digital Cinema System Specification (DCSS) Version 1.2 as of March 7, 2008
(*2) DCSS CTP Version 1.1 as of May 8, 2009
“Introducing DCI compliance to this 4K model is a significant achievement,” said Daniel Hancox, National Sales Manager of Display Solutions, NEC Australia. “The full line of NEC digital cinema projectors, including the NC1200C, NC2000C and NC3200S models, offers this certification, which is mandatory for exhibitors utilising digital technology. Compatibility with the demanding industry requirements is something on which NEC prides itself. Our ability to provide customers with exactly what is needed for current installations is crucial to our success.”
NEC’s DCI Compliance allows exhibitors to capitalise on current and future growth opportunities. For more information about NEC's digital cinema projectors and financing options with NEC Financial Services, please visit http://www.necdisplay.com/GoDigital
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NEC Australia is a leading systems integrator delivering ICT, communications and network solutions to enterprises, government, small businesses and carriers. Operating in Australia for over 40 years, NEC Australia designs, develops, integrates and deploys advanced solutions and systems leveraging best-of-breed technologies in multi-vendor environments. NEC Australia helps customers drive business value from their communications infrastructure and investments, providing services through a large network of consulting, engineering and support staff backed by over 200 dealer and partner organisations across the country. Our solutions include IP Communications Servers, PBX, Contact Centre Solutions, Unified Communications, Broadband Access Systems, Network Services, Systems Integration, Biometrics and Cloud Services along with Digital Signage and Display solutions. For more information, visit www.nec.com.au
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About DMC/Keio University
DMC/Keio University is the Research Institute for Digital Media and Content at Keio University and its mission is to develop, encourage, and promote advanced digital media technologies and digital content creation. Keio University has a proud history as Japan's first private institution of higher learning founded in 1858. With Founder Fukuzawa's spirit of science, Keio University educates people to think independently, to find solutions to the problems we are facing, and to create additional value in society.