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Cinemark completes digital rollout with Moving Image Technologies

March 21, 2012

Moving Image Technologies (MIT) (www.movingimagetech.com) has completed Cinemark's DCIP digital-cinema deployment, integrating their entire United States rollout comprising over 3,400 screens.

In addition to supplying custom bases to Cinemark, MIT also performed integration services pre-configuring the servers, automations, switches and interface cabling for the full circuit deployment, delivering and converting every single screen on time and in full. “We requested a very aggressive deployment schedule right from the start, and MIT hit each and every deadline,” said Damian Wardle, Cinemark’s VP of worldwide theatre technology and presentation.

“We are thrilled to join with Cinemark in celebrating their outstanding accomplishment of becoming 100 percent digital,” commented Tom Lipiec, VP, sales and customer service at MIT. “As they continue their worldwide expansion and conversion to digital cinema, we will continue to provide our high level of integration services, technical support and custom products to Cinemark.”


Cinemark completes digital rollout with Moving Image Technologies

March 21, 2012

Moving Image Technologies (MIT) (www.movingimagetech.com) has completed Cinemark's DCIP digital-cinema deployment, integrating their entire United States rollout comprising over 3,400 screens.

In addition to supplying custom bases to Cinemark, MIT also performed integration services pre-configuring the servers, automations, switches and interface cabling for the full circuit deployment, delivering and converting every single screen on time and in full. “We requested a very aggressive deployment schedule right from the start, and MIT hit each and every deadline,” said Damian Wardle, Cinemark’s VP of worldwide theatre technology and presentation.

“We are thrilled to join with Cinemark in celebrating their outstanding accomplishment of becoming 100 percent digital,” commented Tom Lipiec, VP, sales and customer service at MIT. “As they continue their worldwide expansion and conversion to digital cinema, we will continue to provide our high level of integration services, technical support and custom products to Cinemark.”

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