STORE SPACES

HP store features Scala digital-signage solution

BY CSA STAFF

Vancouver, British Columbia — Scala and 10net Managed Solutions announced Tuesday the installation of their digital-signage solution at the first HP Store in Canada.

Located in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, The HP Store Vancouver features experience pods and an HP digital-signage display at the checkout consisting of three side-by-side 47-inch LCD HP LD4700 screens mounted on a curved wall and powered by an HP Z400 Workstation.

The screens communicate product information, upcoming store events and personalized welcome messages as customers enter the store to pick up products.

“The HP Store features HP’s latest consumer and commercial technology products,” said Andrew Chun, business development manager, HP Canada. “We are particularly excited with the digital signage because it is an excellent showcase of how HP’s latest workstation PC technology and professional display technology come together as a stunning visual communication tool.”

Scala Certified Partner 10net Managed Solutions collaborated with HP Canada and partner AdCetera to incorporate the digital component to complement and enhance The HP Store’s interactive environment. 10Net designed, installed and hosts the digital network. 10net also monitors the screens and manages the content using Scala 5.

Using Scala Designer, AdCetera developed the dynamic templates for The HP Store staff so that they can update content easily and push fresh messages out on a daily basis.

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The Crossings at Four Corners redevelopment project breaks ground

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Smyrna, Ga. — Westchester, Ill.-based Tri-Land Properties announced Tuesday that the redevelopment of The Crossings at Four Corners has launched in Smyrna, Ga.

Eight acres of the project will be home to a 96,000-sq.-ft. Kroger, the company’s largest grocery store in the Atlanta market.

In addition to the new Kroger, the redevelopment The Crossings at Four Corners will include the installation of a traffic light at the North property line of the project and South Cobb Drive, the renovation of 60,000 sq. ft. of retail space and the development of eight outparcels available for sale or lease; as well as a 25,000-sq.-ft. pad available for a new anchor tenant, located adjacent to Kroger.

Currently 153,000 sq. ft., the completed center will reach 230,000 sq. ft. Tri-Land de-tenanted the project prior to the launch of redevelopment.

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Xploderz making retail debut

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HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — A new line of toy firing systems features ammunition that disintegrates on impact.

The Xploderz lineup of products include the XBlaster 200, Face Off 400, XStormer 1000 and XRanger 2000. Each gun shoots ammunition made with H2Grow technology that disintegrates on impact.

The XBlaster 200 is an easy-to-handle blaster that features a power arm, ammo clip and 200 Xploderz rounds, and shoots up to 50 ft. The XBlaster 200 carries a suggested retail price of $12.99.

The Face Off 400 is a battle pack of easy-to-handle blasters with ammo clips and 400 Xploderz rounds, ideal for a pair of players. Each blaster shoots up to 50 ft and carries a suggested retail price of $19.99.

The XStormer 1000 is a versatile blaster with good distance and easy maneuverability. It comes with power arm, flip-up sight, ammo clip and 1,000 Xploderz rounds, with the potential to shoot up to 75 ft. The XStormer 1000 carries a suggested retail price of $24.99.

The XRanger 2000 is a long-distance fire power with shoulder stock, bi-pod, flip-up sight, ammo clip and 2000 Xploderz rounds. The XRanger 2000 shoots a distance of 85 ft and retails for $39.99.

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