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ANC Sports Signage Systems to be Utilized During 2010 NBA All-Star Events

ANC Sports Signage Systems to be Utilized During 2010 NBA All-Star Events

World Record-Breaking Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision™ Video Screen & Longest LED Ribbon System Featured at Cowboys Stadium

Cowboys Stadium
The hanging scoreboard at Cowboys Stadium features the largest high-definition video screen in the world.
Cowboys Soccer Field
Cowboys Stadium has featured several special events since its opening, including a CONCACAF Gold Cup soccer quarterfinal double-header.
Diamond Vison LED
ANC introduced the Diamond Vision LED Courtside Signage at Madison Square Garden, home of the NBA's New York Knicks and WNBA's New York Liberty. 

ANC Sports Enterprises and Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision™ have teamed with the National Basketball Association (NBA) to feature and operate the world record-breaking LED signage system at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas during the 2010 NBA All-Star Game on Sunday, February 14th.

ANC is also the courtside signage provider for 19 NBA teams and has marketing partnerships with 26 teams. ANC’s new DLP® II Courtside Digital Signage System will be a key attraction of the 2010 T-Mobile Rookie Challenge and Youth Jam on Friday, February 12th and NBA All-Star Saturday Night on February 13th at the American Airlines Center. Additionally, 11 teams are employing its DLP® or DLP® II technology, seven teams are utilizing the company’s rotational signage and this season ANC/Mitsubishi introduced the first league approved LED courtside system with the New York Knicks.

ANC Sports Enterprises and Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision™ have teamed with the National Basketball Association (NBA) to feature and operate the world record-breaking LED signage system at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas during the 2010 NBA All-Star Game on Sunday, February 14th.

ANC is also the courtside signage provider for 19 NBA teams and has marketing partnerships with 26 teams. ANC’s new DLP® II Courtside Digital Signage System will be a key attraction of the 2010 T-Mobile Rookie Challenge and Youth Jam on Friday, February 12th and NBA All-Star Saturday Night on February 13th at the American Airlines Center. Additionally, 11 teams are employing its DLP® or DLP® II technology, seven teams are utilizing the company’s rotational signage and this season ANC/Mitsubishi introduced the first league approved LED courtside system with the New York Knicks.

ANC’s staff will drive Cowboys Stadium’s LED signage system and the new courtside DLP® technology with the company’s patent-pending VisionSOFT™ operating system. VisionSOFT will deliver uncompressed images including real-time statistics, dynamic animations, interactive crowd prompts, and sponsor acknowledgements to over 4000 linear feet of Diamond Vision LEDerAd™ ribbon boards.

Additionally, VisionSOFT will operate four 32 feet wide by 6 feet high vomitorium video screens at Cowboys Stadium, which also features Diamond Vision hanging video screens measuring 72 feet high by 160 feet wide, the largest high-definition video screens in the world.

"Our relationship with ANC Sports provides collegiate and professional sports organizations with the premier turnkey manufacturing, installation, service and operation solution," said Mark Foster, general manager for Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision Systems. "We are excited to support the NBA All-Star Game, which is one of most anticipated events of the year, enabling us to showcase Cowboys Stadium’s signage system, as well as the Guinness Book of World Record’s largest video screen.”

ANC’s participation in the 2010 NBA All-Star Weekend will also be highlighted by the company’s new relationship with SignCoEDS, which provides customized tables to the newest DLP® courtside technology. The tables feature the smallest distance between modules in the industry and have been engineered with special features such as hydraulics for easy movement of the system to and from the arena floor.

The new DLP® technology supports full 1920 x 1080 HD resolution and features electronic image alignment, digital uniformity correction and auto color balancing. These new features increase viewing angles, generate uniformity across all modules, and display the purest colors. The new courtside digital signage system is being utilized by the Philadelphia 76ers and Oklahoma City Thunder during the 2009-10 season.

“We are proud to team with the NBA to provide and operate our state-of-the-art signage systems throughout 2010 NBA All Star events,” said Jerome Cifarelli, president and chief executive officer of ANC Sports Enterprises. “ANC’s and Mitsubishi’s displays and our patent-pending operating system provide high-profile events, such as the NBA All-Star Weekend, with multiple options to deliver visual entertainment to fans attending the events, as well as those watching on television.”

ANC will also provide and operate 60 feet of rotational signage that will feature sponsors and league graphics at NBA Jam Session, which will take place Thursday, February 11th through Saturday, February 13th at the Dallas Convention Center.

About ANC Sports

ANC Sports Enterprises, LLC, is the industry leader in team and venue services, providing integrated signage, design, and marketing solutions for sports and commercial facilities. ANC Sports and its divisions: ANC Technologies, ANC Design, and ANC Marketing, offer Light Emitting Diode (LED), rotational and fixed visual displays; advanced media control systems; signage operation and maintenance; advertising sales and marketing consultation; graphic design; and printing production. ANC Sports provides signage solutions for 200 plus venues/stadiums in North America. For more information on ANC Sports, please visit its web site at www.ancsports.com.

About Mitsubishi Electric and Diamond Vision

Mitsubishi Electric pioneered the development of large-scale video displays in the US and abroad, starting in 1980 with Major League Baseball’s first Diamond Vision at the MLB All-Star Game. Since then, Mitsubishi Electric has been recognized as the leader in visually exciting displays for sports facilities, advertising, entertainment and communications. Recent record-setting installations include the world’s largest high-definition display at Cowboy Stadium, baseball’s first high definition display at Turner Field in Atlanta; Times Square’s first HD display at MTV studios; traffic-stopping marquees at Bally’s and Caesars Palace in Las Vegas; a massive 11-screen display at Times Square in New York City; and the largest indoor HD screen in North America, the 34- x 110-foot screen at the Colosseum in Las Vegas.

Headquartered in Warrendale, Pa., Diamond Vision Systems is a division of Mitsubishi Electric Power Products, Inc., a U.S. subsidiary of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation of Japan. For more information about Diamond Vision, visit http://www.diamond-vision.com.

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