- The company has partnered with Golden State Warriors to install this LED
- These LEDs features 53.6 million individual LED pixels
Samsung Electronics, through its subsidiary Prismview, has installed 64 LED video displays including the largest center-hung video display in the NBA. The center-hung integrates 15 displays varying from 6.7mm pixel pitch on the main displays and upper halo ring, to four mm pixel pitch on the underbelly displays, amassing a total of more than 26.3 million individual LEDs.
Harry Patz, SVP & general manager, B2B Enterprise Display Division, Samsung Electronics America, said, “Our product portfolio lends itself to seamless integration in a variety of industries, including sports applications, and in this case outfitting Chase Center with our displays. We are proud to partner with the Golden State Warriors, an organization that shares the same passion and commitment to delivering unforgettable experiences to their customers.”
Public display market tracker
Recently released data from IHS Markit, identified Samsung as the top selling brand in the industry since 2009. According to the IHS Technology report “Public Display Market Tracker,” Samsung accounted for 25.8 per cent of the global market share for digital signage unit sales in 2018.
Samsung has deployed thousands of displays worldwide, including some of the largest and recognizable LED video displays installations in the world, including: M&T Bank Stadium, Rogers Place, State Farm Arena, Vivint Smart Home Arena and Spectrum Center. Further Samsung has installed multiple high-profile displays, including those along the world-famous Las Vegas Strip and throughout Times Square in New York City, including the recent renovation of One Times Square.
Company’s official statement read, “Samsung LED technologies showcase a detailed and realistic picture, ensuring each fan is immersed in the action every seat. The new Warriors center-hung main video-board adds up to a massive 9,699 square feet of active video display, making it the largest LED video display center-hung installed in a sports arena. The center-hung integrates 15 displays varying from 6.7 mm pixel pitch on the main displays and upper halo ring, to four mm pixel pitch on the underbelly displays, amassing a total of more than 26.3 million individual LEDs.”
Warriors president and COO Rick Welts said, “In addition to having the most square footage of surface LED space in the NBA, the capabilities are endless – providing fans everything they need to follow the game including rich content, expanded stat categories, the ability to show stats for every player on the team at the same time, a real-time shot chart and much more.”