Centerplex Cinemas Choose Doremi for Digital Conversion

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Thu, 09/04/2014 - 12:21 -- Nick Dager

Centerplex Cinemas, one of the largest motion picture exhibitors in Brazil, announced today that it has reached an agreement with Quanta DGT | AAM to upgrade 44 of its units and become 100 percent digitally managed by Doremi servers by the end of this year. Servers selected include both the Doremi IMBSV and the IMS1000.

Centerplex was established in 1981 in Poços de Caldas-MG by Eli Jorge de Lima, currently president of the Sindicato das Empresas Exibidoras Cinematográficas do Estado de São Paulo (syndicate of the Cinematographic exhibitor companies for the São Paulo State). Today, it is managed by his son, Márcio Eli, executive director. By the end of 2015, Centerplex will have established 62 screens in 18 locations. 

“I have consulted with my closest exhibitors and technical colleagues to gain their opinion on the best cinema playback server on the market,” Márcio Eli said. “One hundred percent recommended Doremi for its reliability, ease of use and feature set. Centerplex is pleased to select Doremi servers for this rollout.”

“We are extremely pleased with Centerplex’s decision to deploy our servers across their circuit,” said Jason Vreeman, senior sales manager, Latin America, Doremi Labs. “We are dedicated to providing them with superior post-sales support.”

Doremi continues to be the leading choice as South American cinema continues its evolution to digital cinema. With its comprehensive product line and reputation for high performance, the company continues to expand its leadership in Latin America.