Getting to Know SDXI
SD-X Interactive is a technology company that grew out of the success of Poingo, a children's interactive digital reader launched by Publications International, Ltd., in 2008. Publications International, Ltd., is a global publishing enterprise founded by Lou Weber. The SDXI a privately held company with a mission to make SD-X technology available to the publishing and information industries.
SD-X Interactive offers a complete turnkey solution, managing every aspect of project implementation including concept development, application design, content conversion and programming, printing, and fulfillment. SDXI also offers its digital readers, software tools, and other services on an ad hoc basis to meet each client's specific needs. Through its international partners, SD-X Interactive has the reach and resources to support customers anywhere in the world.
In 2010, SDXI worked with Replogle Globes to develop an SD-X enabled globe in four languages with 30 modes, thousands of touch points, and over 30,000 sound files. Through a licensing agreement with Encyclopædia Britannica, Publications International released a six-volume science library, fully enabled with SD-X technology. In 2009, PIL also published Brain Games and Interactive Learning sets with SD-X. Through a licensing agreement with the Walt Disney Company, Publications International published eight SD-X enabled Poingo books in 2008. These books are sold at major retailers in the US to critical acclaim and sales success. In 2009, Poingo added eight additional Disney books, along with licensed titles from Nickelodeon, Sesame Workshop, and H.I.T. Entertainment (Thomas and Friends). In 2010, PIL is offering two additional series SD-X enabled licensed children's books under the My Poingo and Poingo 2.0 brand names.