During a chat with our sales rep that fields most of the inbound calls for more information about our products, he mentioned that there are several questions that he answers on almost every call.
Mary Kirby, of Runway Girl fame, was kind enough to interview digEcor Marketing Director Adam Williams at the annual APEX event in Seattle. We cover topics such as portable IFE, connectivity and our in-flight content services.
Always anxious to get feedback from actual digEplayer users, I headed to a local farmers market with a camera guy and walked around handing the digEplayer L7 to random people. The video below captures the candid and honest comments from users.
Last week was the annual APEX Conference and Exhibition. And on more than one occasion, I was asked to talk about consumer-off-the-shelf (COTS) solutions versus purpose-built PMPS (like the digEplayer L7). Recently, more suppliers have come out offering re-purposed tablet devices - namely the iPad and not the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
How does content loading work? Not only were we asked this question frequently at the show, but this is usually one of the first questions to come up with any prospective customer.
Among the myriad of things that I learned at the recent WAEA/APEX conference in Long Beach, I learned a new phrase for what we as digEcor do. We are a provider of purpose built portable in-flight entertainment. I’ve used different phrases over the past few years to explain why we are different from many of our competitors. Now, the industry is apparently adopting the phrase “purpose built” to differentiate proprietary devices from consumer off-the-shelf (COTS) units.
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