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Jun 10

Montage at Infocomm 2016: DisplayNote Technologies Talks to AVNation

Dawn Meade of AVNation talks to DisplayNote Technologies’ Ed Morgan about Montage, the company’s award-winning wireless collaboration solution. AVNation once again took Las Vegas and …

Mar 04

Montage features in best in show round up of ISE 2016

SE is now officially the world’s largest AV and systems integration tradeshow. We look back at some trends and highlights for the four days of …

Mar 01

AVNation, Our Partners In Collaboration Integration


We’re proud to announce a partnership with the demi-gods of the AV industry, AVNation. We are firm believers that everyone wants to be …

RavePubs: DisplayNote Technologies Showcases Montage Wireless Presentation System.

ISE 2016: DisplayNote Technologies Showcases its award winning Montage Wireless Presentation and Collaboration Solution. Montage has been designed to make meeting spaces and huddle rooms

Feb 10

DisplayNote & NEC: Collaboration In Action At ISE 14

ISE 14

Look past the dodgy video and background noise and what you’ll see is one of the most compelling solutions at last week’s ISE

Nov 19

DisplayNote win Best of Infocomm Award – RavePubs

DisplayNote win RavePubs ‘Best Classroom Product ‘ at Infocomm

DisplayNote Technologies, a Belfast based software team, has picked up the gong for ‘Best Classroom Product …

rAVe Pubs Names Displaynote As Top Of The Classroom

DisplayNote wins Best Classroom Product in the rAVe Pubs Infocomm 2012 awards. According to the good folks at rAVe pubs, DisplayNote the title …

Aug 29

DisplayNote And The iSchool Initiative Met At ISTE

iSchool Initiative

Travis Allen and his team from ‘iSchool Initiative‘ loved the DisplayNote demo at ISTE. We are looking forward to working …

Aug 29

DisplayNote EduTech In Action At ISTE

A big thanks to Dan from Data Impressions for helping out at ISTE. It was exciting to see the reaction to DisplayNote at the …

Aug 29

Be More Pacific – DisplayNote At ISTE 2012

An old teacher of mine would often mix up pacific and specific, leading to all sorts of in-class gags about atlantically speaking, balticity etc.

Anyway, …