AV Stumpfl Joins Forces with SolidWater for Philippine Expansion


AV Stumpfl, renowned for its mobile and installation projection screens, multi-display, and show control systems, has unveiled its entrance into the Philippines market. This expansion comes via a strategic collaboration with SolidWater, a prominent distributor in the region.

SolidWater, a segment of the Symunity Group, is set to facilitate the distribution of AV Stumpfl's premier media server technology, PIXERA, throughout the Philippines. The Symunity Group, headquartered in Tokyo, intends to deepen its collaboration with AV Stumpfl's current PIXERA distributor in Southeast Asia going forward. PIXERA stands out as a robust media server system, offering unparalleled performance and versatility for creating and delivering impactful visual experiences across various domains, including movies, theme parks, live events, and beyond.

Stephen Ho, SolidWater Inc.’s representative in the Philippines, says, “We are excited to bring AV Stumpfl’s cutting-edge technology to our customers in the Philippines. The combination of PIXERA’s advanced features and our local expertise will empower Filipino users to unleash their creativity and elevate their productions to new heights”.

“We are thrilled to partner with AV Stumpfl, a globally recognized leader in media server technology”, adds Symunity Group’s David Oh. “This collaboration with AV Stumpfl reinforces our commitment to providing our customers in the region with the tools they need to create world-beating immersive experiences”.

According to Horst Damoser, AV Stumpfl’s global business development manager for PIXERA, the new cooperation represents an important moment in the company’s global expansion plan: “With the addition of the Philippine market, we are sending another strong signal of expansion to meet the increasing demand for PIXERA media servers on the Asian market”.

In the previous year, AV Stumpfl announced the installation of a PIXERA mini dual media server at the Hong Kong Space Museum. This server is currently employed to project visually stunning mapped visuals for "Golden Eye on the Cosmos", a fresh exhibition centered around the James Webb Space Telescope.

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