• 1987

    Digital Vision AS was founded in Norway. Back then, the company was focused on developing a product for cable TV stations that could still be called digital signage, even in today’s world. The software ran on the first computers focused on graphics, Commodore Amigas.

  • 1988

    Digital Vision AS introduces its first product on the popular Commodore Amiga platform and InfoChannel was born.

  • 1992

    Digital Vision AS was renamed to Scala and the headquarters moved to the United States. The platform of choice was still the Amiga but there were signs that Commodore was losing its position in the computer marketplace.

  • 1994

    Commodore goes bankrupt and Scala engineering started on a PC based product. 1994 was also the year that IC500 was launched.

  • 1996

    Scala released MM100, IC100, PB100 for the PC platform. Scala was honored with the BYTE award for technology.

  • 1997

    MM200 and IC200 were launched. Scala MultiMedia MM200 was named a PC Computing “1997 Most Valuable Product (MVP) Award Finalist” and also won PC Format’s “Gold Award” in the November 1997 edition of the publication.

  • 1999

    InfoChannel Designer was born. The product was to be the flagship product for creation of InfoChannel content.

  • 2000

    Broadcast Server and Reporter were introduced.

  • 2002

    IC3 was introduced and Gerard Bucas was named as CEO.

  • 2004

    Scala acquired Streambase in Olso, Norway. Streambase had the distribution technology necessary to drive new product vision. When Streambase was acquired Scala’s engineering team grew dramatically.

  • 2006

    Scala5 was launched. The foundation of the Scala product was rebuilt and fortified for future products. Scala expanded by opening new offices in Japan to address the growing demand for new technology in the region.

  • 2008

    Scala coined the term “connected signage” to offer the first unified platform for advertising management of both traditional and digital signage networks.

  • 2011

    Tom Nix was named as CEO. Scala opens office in Bangalore, India as a joint venture between Scala and Digifour Technologies.

  • 2012

    Scala celebrates its 25th anniversary!