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Exploring Bluefin’s Evolution at InfoComm 2024: A Conversation with Frank Pisano

At InfoComm 2024, AVNation’s Tim Albright talked with Frank Pisano from Bluefin to delve into the company’s impressive evolution in the digital signage industry. Known for their interactive displays, Bluefin is now expanding its capabilities to offer more robust and versatile systems.

Frank highlighted Bluefin’s journey from a retail-oriented custom display company to becoming a significant player in the AV integrator community. This shift has been driven by listening to customer needs and embracing flexibility, offering products that integrate seamlessly with various digital signage ecosystems.

One key topic of discussion was Bluefin’s advanced System on Chip (SoC) technology. Designed to handle increasingly complex applications, these heavy-duty systems support multiple operating systems, including Android, Linux, and Intel, making them suitable for a wide range of uses, from wayfinding to retail advertising.

Frank emphasized the importance of longevity and reliability in their products, ensuring that customers don’t face the costly need to frequently replace hardware. By manufacturing their own products with top-end components, Bluefin guarantees a long-lasting and robust solution for any digital signage requirement.

For more insights into Bluefin’s innovative solutions, visit bluefin. Stay tuned with us for more coverage from InfoComm 2024.


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