PPDS Strengthens Global Product Management Team

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PPDS has appointed Jens Wunderlich as Global Product Manager for Philips-branded professional LED display solutions.

With over 25 years of AV knowledge and top-level experience, Wunderlich joins the team to spearhead the company’s global growth strategy for their advanced and evolving portfolio of highly versatile, low-energy, direct view LED displays. His expertise in LED installations for various projects, such as driving simulation, TV and film studios, LED rental applications, and public spaces, brings extensive product knowledge and project management experience to PPDS.

Wunderlich will play a crucial role in developing and executing PPDS’ dvLED growth ambitions worldwide, working alongside Jeroen Brants, who has global responsibility for PPDS’ LED product portfolio. Beyond supporting the advancement of Philips LED products, his key responsibilities include identifying new business opportunities, driving product awareness, and providing support to regional PPDS teams, distributors, and system integration partners.

“We believe that a genuine housing crisis is unlikely. Despite higher mortgage rates and declines in property prices, we anticipate the market to demonstrate the same resilience as witnessed in recent years as we move into H2 of this year,” he says.

According to market forecasts, the LED market is set to reach more than US $23 Billion by 2030, with the company stating it will capitalise on this growth by innovating and evolving its product offerings.


“We continue to evolve and innovate, as can be seen from our latest launched 6395 series – our finest dvLED display to date. Whatever the project needs, PPDS has a solution and the scale to ensure ambitions are met,” adds Robert Hsu, Vice-President of Global Product Strategy.

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