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iSky Appoints Australian Distributor

Fiberoptic Studio Corp, the creators of iSky Panel Systems, has appointed Oceanic Distribution for the Australasia markets of Australia and New Zealand. Based in Caringbah, Sydney, Oceanic carries a select range of quality audio visual products specifically targeted at the custom installation and high-end markets.
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Fiberoptic Studio Corp, the creators of iSky Panel Systems, has appointed Oceanic Distribution for the Australasia markets of Australia and New Zealand. Based in Caringbah, Sydney, Oceanic carries a select range of quality audio visual products specifically targeted at the custom installation and high-end markets.

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An iSky Starfield Ceiling Panel with uRay lighting

In responding to the appointment, James Hicks, business development manager for Oceanic commented, “Our company is delighted to present iSky products to the Australian and New Zealand markets. The iSky starfield system transformed our display room both acoustically and aesthetically. A truly fantastic product!”

Jeff Graham, founder and CEO of Fiberoptic Studio, added, “We are excited that the concept of a starfield ceiling with uRay lighting has appeal throughout the world. iSky is excited to have Oceanic Distribution as our partner down under, and we expect their customers will readily appreciate the same benefits of quality and ease of installation, as they do in the U.S.”

iSky Panel Systems are designed to offer a cost-effective star-field ceiling in a package that is both simple and fast to install. As a result of the exclusive low-voltage iSky Star Engine, which embedded into each panel for simple daisy-chain wiring, the system’s lighting effects mimic the random glimmer and color temperature of starlight, the company says.

Fiberoptic Studio Corp., the creators of iSky Panel Systems and uRay lighting, has been designing high-end, custom fiber optic and LED lighting solutions for clients across the U.S. for 25 years.



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