Phillip Chan, is a Sr Business Development manager who partners with clients, system integrators and software developers to create new digital signage experiences. After spending almost 15 years designing, marketing and selling technical products, Phillip has a unique combination of experience and expertise to find new opportunities and develop new applications.
Phillip started his award winning career at AT&T where he sold IP data networks for global enterprise businesses. He joined Samsung Electronics in 2013, and is the System on Chip champion for Samsung Professional Displays. He is responsible for partner development, market strategy and creating new applications for Samsung Smart Signage.
In its 5th generation, the Samsung Smart Signage Platform is an professional All-in-One digital signage system capable of delivering professional grade results.
Kevin Goldsmith is responsible for managing the development of the EngagePHD™ platform, Ping HD’s end-to-end digital operations, researching and evaluating new technologies to ensure Ping HD remains at the forefront of the Digital Signage industry and that our customers receive flexible future proofed solutions.
With over 15 years’ experience in the Digital Signage industry, Kevin has been involved with Digital Signage since the industry’s early days, even though the origins can be traced back to the 1980’s comprising of CRT Televisions and VHS video recorders! Kevin has strong practical experience in sports & entertainment, retail, transport, hospitality, media and education, with the skills to help navigate anyone through the many choices available for a suitable, tailored digital solution.
Samsung teamed up with PingHD and award-winning EngagePHD CMS to give the University of Texas football locker room a new look this season. Not only does this revamp bring a new energy to the Longhorns team, but it provides a glimpse into the future of locker room technology. Are you interested in speaking with a Samsung executive to learn more about this integration? Happy to work with your schedule.
For reference, the University of Texas locker room was renovated over the summer to feature 43-inch Samsung PH43F screens above each locker that display the players’ bios, background information and game highlights. Needless to say, the team was ecstatic when the updates were revealed. A number of players shared before and after photos on social media, and previous players who have since moved on to the NFL tweeted about the renovations as well.
We talk about all that, this week on “Tech of Sports.”