SHOWEAST, Hollywood -- GDC Technology Limited ("GDC Technology"), a world leading digital cinema solutions provider, is pleased to announce today that it is deploying its flagship product - the SX-3000 Standalone IMB® with Portable Storage to Cinestar Multicines, part of the Kapur Media Group and the second largest domestic exhibitor in Peru, in partnership with CE+S, a professional digital cinema service provider in America.
As the system integrator, CE+S will provide Cinestar Multicines with GDC Technology's SX-3000 Standalone IMB® and digital cinema projectors, as well as a full range of support services. CE+S will spearhead the conversion of Cinestar Multicines's 73 screens in 16 theatres from installation to maintenance via its Cinevise Network Operations Centre ("NOC"), which will provide 24/7 proactive remote monitoring of the whole circuit.
"We are pleased to partner with GDC Technology and CE+S to elevate movie presentation quality and theatre operations to the highest possible level, to meet the growing demand for high quality motion picture entertainment in Peru," commented Varun Kumar Kapur, Operations Manager of Kapur Media Group. "We chose the SX-3000 Standalone IMB® because of its innovative architecture which eliminates the need for an external file server and also for its expandable and reliable storage solution."
"We feel honored that Cinestar Multicines has chosen CE+S to roll out and service its cinema equipment. This will mark a milestone in our business relationship of 20 years between CE+S and Cinestar Multicines." said Alex Younger, Vice President of CE+S.
"We value our partnership with Cinestar Multicines and are thrilled to be working together with it on its digital cinema rollout in conjunction with CE+S," commented Dr. Man-Nang Chong, founder and CEO of GDC Technology. "We are delighted that our SX-3000 Standalone IMB® was selected by Cinestar Multicines which improves presentation quality and theatre management efficiency. We are determined to help keep Cinestar Multicines on the leading edge of cinema technology in the years to come."