Midwich today announced that it has signed a partnership agreement with Barco to distribute the manufacturer’s extensive projector range in the UK.

“Barco’s product line brings unique advantages to Midwich,” says Stuart Mizon, divisional director at Midwich. “It provides us with a range of projection solutions that can deliver up to 40,000 lumens, at resolutions including WQXGA for applications needing better-than-HD – meaning that our reseller partners can address an even wider spread of applications, especially in the rapidly growing market for high end fixed installations. Barco projectors are also renowned for their ruggedness and reliability and are widely deployed in outdoor environments as well as being immensely popular for demanding rental/staging applications – providing our customers with further opportunities.

“We’re looking forward to developing a successful relationship with Barco, and to working with our partners to maximise the business opportunity that this agreement brings to them,” he adds.

Barco provides a complete range of single-chip and three-chip DLP lamp and laser phosphor corporate AV projectors with a broad choice of illumination technology, size, weight, resolution and brightness level.

“Barco offers projection technology for a wide variety of markets, including meeting rooms and boardrooms, healthcare, retail and advertising, security, transportation, simulation, control rooms and venues and attractions – providing an enormous market opportunity for our reseller network,” comments Ross Floyd, divisional manager, projection at Midwich. “Our partners will also now be able to offer wePresent, Barco’s industry-leading wireless collaboration solution. We are very excited by what this partnership will bring.”

“Midwich has proven to be a trusted provider of first-class AV technology, boasting an impressive customer portfolio,” adds Gerben Van den Berg, Barco’s VP sales, entertainment and corporate EMEA. “This distribution agreement will definitely help us increase our share in the market here in UK.”

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