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Digital Signage

AOPEN Heralds “Our Most Powerful Digital Engine Yet”

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AOPEN Heralds “Our Most Powerful Digital Engine Yet”

AOPEN launches the Digital Engine DE67-HAI, that supports the latest Intel Active Management Technology (Intel AMT) 8.0 firmware and 3rd gen Intel Core processor family.

AOPEN’s most powerful small form factor device, this system offers a range of high end features:

  • It supports 2nd generation and 3rd generation Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 processor families.
  • Intel Active Management Technology (Intel AMT) lets users query, restore, upgrade, and protect networked digital signage devices remotely. By enabling remote manageability from a central console and allowing users to avoid the expense of on-site technician visits, Intel AMT helps reduce the total cost of ownership.
  • 1080p full HD video playback on multiple displays.
  • Low noise and low power consumption means lower heat dissipation, less energy use (saves money and supports green computing)
  • Two expansion slots, full size and half size, supporting mSATA.
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Medialine’s Totem-Series

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 Medialine Totem 4-series

The new Medialine Totem 4-series are designed for 24/7 operation with DID panels of Samsung and AUO—and built with industrial metal housing and tempered glass.

It also features a built-in network media player capable playing almost all formats of Full HD multimedia files.

This unit can also play as stand-alone device.

Two models (46”/730mm and 55”/840mm) offer different brightness levels: 400cd/m2 (46” ) and 450cd/m2 (55”).

Viewing angle is 178-degrees and contrast ratio 5000:1.

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Samsung Debuts Signage Platform

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Samsung Debuts Signage Platform

Playing on its popular consumer line of Smart TVs, Samsung is borrowing "smart" for its Smart Signage Platform, an "open-source digital signage platform" built around an embedded media player and software developer kit (SDK).

Samsung’s new SDK for signage software allows software partners to develop customized signage applications suitable for an array of business and user environments. Backed by best-in-breed software developers and solution providers, including Capital Networks, Four Winds Interactive, Scala, Signagelive and Wireless Ronin, customers will have access to signage experts to help create customized solutions.

Powered by a System on Chip (SoC) semiconductor and featuring a dual-core CPU, full codec video processor and either 4GB or 8GB of storage depending on the model, Samsung’s Smart Signage Platform includes an embedded, high-performance media player which allows users to play back content without the need for a separate PC or set-back box. Read more...

AOpen Releases OpenSign for Android

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AOpen Releases OpenSign for Android

AOpen releases OpenSign, a web based interactive digital marketing and signage platform for Android devices that allows retailers to install and manage a digital signage network.

OpenSign is an interactive digital marketing and signage platform built for retailers to tackle the frustrations and costs of operating and maintaining a digital signage network. It is built on Ruby on Rails (the same web application framework that powers websites such as Twitter and yellowpages.com) and runs as SaaS.

OpenSign is purpose-built for different screen sizes, such as retail shelf displays and large promotional displays. It lets store owners actively manage digital content, without design experience, from any PC connected to the web. Read more...

Philips Public Signage to present UPP! Player

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Philips Public Signage to present UPP! Player

Weighing only 90g and controllable via an Android tablet or smartphone , the UPP! (Upgrade Public signage Player) plugs into Philips Public Signage displays to control signage content via wifi. Content can be managed, organised and updated with Android smartphones, tablets or other PCs. Videos, messages, maps or texts are transmitted to the screen and refreshed either manually or automatically at scheduled times.

A digital signage solution from MMD, the brand license partner for Philips Public Signage, an ARM Cortex-A8 processor and 1GB Read more...

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