June 15, 2021 - Jupiter Systems, a pioneer in real-time collaborative visualization technology, is excited to kick off its 40th birthday celebration with three significant upgrades to its business: a new brand identity, a redesigned website and an enhanced channel partner program.
Earlier this year Jupiter diversified its product portfolio, announcing game-changing solutions for the enterprise display market. The company’s announcement today further punctuates its drive for transformation.
"Our new branding reflects Jupiter’s evolution while also acknowledging the reasons our global base of customers and partners trust us with their business," explains Justin Shong, Jupiter Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing.
Visitors to Jupiter.com will now be able to quickly navigate to technology insights, enhanced product information, market segmentation details and stunning product photography. The refreshed website design, corporate logo and messaging underscore Jupiter’s value proposition: to empower mission-critical organizations around the world with innovative solutions that drive improved decision-making.
Jupiter’s global network of channel partners is critical to the company’s evolution. In recent weeks, the company has rolled out a new dealer registration program. Looking forward, it will be launching other programs and platforms to support its growing network of partners. For more information, partners can contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Jupiter’s new Partner page.
It has been 40 years since this independently owned, Silicon Valley company got its start. From the beginning, Jupiter pushed industry boundaries, always looking beyond what was "industry-standard."
Established in 1981, the company took shape when its founders began working with the UCSF School of Medicine on a way to simultaneously stream multiple sources of video content on a single display. Their innovative solution established Jupiter as the pioneer of real-time collaborative visualization technology.
Since its inception, the company has brought many more firsts to the market. Now, with over 25,000 mission-critical installations in 50 countries around the world, Jupiter continues to challenge the industry by expanding its product portfolio to improve the way visual content is both delivered and seen.
"For forty years, Jupiter’s goal has always been to exceed industry—and ultimately, customer—expectations," says Jupiter CEO Sidney Rittenberg. "The enhancements we’re announcing today signify our continued trajectory of innovation—a path of progress I’m excited to share with our customers and partners."