GDC Technology Inks Additional Deal with Dadi to Install 300 Digital Cinema Servers in China

on January 20, 2009
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HONG KONG - GDC Technology ("GDC"), a world leading digital cinema solution provider, is pleased to announce the signing of a major contract in China. Under the new agreement, Dadi Digital Cinema Development Limited ("Dadi") will deploy 100 units of GDC's SA-2100 Digital Cinema Server in China by the middle of 2009. A roll out target of 300 servers by 2010 has also been set.

Dadi is a Guangdong based company focusing on the business of building digital cinema multiplexes in China. "GDC is the undisputed leader in China digital cinema industry in terms of both the number of projects deployed and also the number of servers installed," said Mr. Liu Kaijun, General Manager of Dadi Cinema. "It really gives us extra peace of mind to work with a company of such stature and track record like GDC," Mr. Liu added.

GDC has been providing exhibitors with one-stop digital cinema solutions, 3D digital cinema solutions and 24x7 customer service that covers all provinces in China. "Dadi is the first cinema chain in China to exclusively use digital cinema projection systems for all its cinema multiplexes," said Dr. Man-Nang CHONG, founder and CEO of GDC Technology. "We are heartened by the repeat order from Dadi; this will add to the more than 100 Dadi digital cinema screens provided by GDC that we know have been running smoothly in the last 2 years without using any 35mm projector."

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