Per the Verizon Center website:
"Verizon Center is set to score the ultimate arena experience by installing the first indoor high-definition light emitting diode (LED) display scoreboard. ANC Sports Enterprises and Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision Systems will create, install and operate the first true high-definition LED center-hung scoreboard. Verizon Center will also become the first arena to exclusively feature Diamond Vision™ LED fascia (ribbon displays), corner stat displays, and video boards driven by ANC Sports’ patent pending VisionSOFT operating system.
"The four high-definition Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision™ 6mm video screens will measure 14 feet, 5 inches high by 25 feet, 2 inches wide, providing fans with the highest clarity of all the action, including video playback. In addition to the high-definition boards, the new center-hung scoreboard will also feature four 10mm 5-foot, 3-inch high by 25-foot 6-inch wide LED video matrixes and two 20mm LED rings. The four 10mm video matrixes will feature images with clarity found on many primary arena video screens around the country, creating an incredible visual structure with the high-definition displays that will exhibit over 68 billion colors.
"The new scoreboard is set to debut this fall at a yet to be determined date."
H/t to CapFan12 on the link