Scalable Display Technologies, the leading provider of software for multi-megapixel display systems, today announced it has been selected as a Red Herring Top 100 award winner. The award is given in recognition of the leading private companies from North America, celebrating these companies innovations and technologies across their respective industries.

“Choosing the companies with the strongest potential was by no means a small feat,” said Alex Vieux, publisher and CEO of Red Herring. “After rigorous contemplation and discussion, we narrowed our list down from hundreds of candidates from across North America to the Top 100 Winners. We believe Scalable Display Technologies embodies the vision, drive and innovation that define a successful entrepreneurial venture. Scalable Display Technologies should be proud of its accomplishment, as the competition was very strong.”

“We are pleased to have been selected for this prestigious award. Recognition as a Red Herring 100 winner is an accomplishment of which our team is very proud” said Andrew Jamison, CEO of Scalable Display Technologies. “The multi-megapixel display market is now mainstream and Scalable is well positioned to grow with this emerging market.”

Red Herring’s editorial staff evaluated the companies on both quantitative and qualitative criteria, such as financial performance, technology innovation, management quality, strategy, and market penetration. This assessment of potential is complemented by a review of the track record and standing of startups relative to their sector peers, allowing Red Herring to see past the “buzz” and make the list a valuable instrument of discovery and advocacy for the most promising new business models in North America.

About Red Herring 100

Red Herring’s Top 100 North America list has become a mark of distinction for identifying promising new companies and entrepreneurs. Red Herring editors were among the first to recognize that companies such as Facebook, Twitter, Google, Yahoo, Skype, Salesforce.com, YouTube, and eBay would change the way we live and work.