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Samsung Joins Hollywood Park Technology Alliance

Samsung joined the Hollywood Park Technology Alliance to continue to deliver groundbreaking display technology solutions and products. The company joined the Alliance’s roster of leading innovators including Google Cloud, YouTube, and Verizon.

“Joining the Hollywood Park Technology Alliance allows us to continue to contribute display innovations to the ever-evolving complex,” shares Mark Quiroz, Vice President of Marketing for Samsung’s Display Division. “Partnering with leading innovators helps us to deliver a revolutionary guest experience, made possible by the innovative alliance partners. We are ready for the long-term advancement of this incredible space and are looking forward to collaborating with our fellow technology partners.”

Samsung’s LED display portfolio has captured Los Angeles’ most striking architecture, SoFi Stadium – home to this Sunday’s Big Game – with its Infinity Screen installation in August 2020. The video board features a double-sided 70,000-square-foot 4K LED display that loops around the center of the stadium, offering an unprecedented view to all fans no matter where they’re sitting.

This multi-year alliance extends across the entire Hollywood Park portfolio and has incredible applications for the development’s retail, office, residential, sports, and entertainment offerings. When complete, Hollywood Park will feature retail space totaling up to 890,000-square-foot. It will also feature up to 2,500 residences, 25 acres of public parks and open space, a hotel, and up to 5 million square feet of creative office space.

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