According to iBASE, the iOPS-76 player can effectively lower deployment and field maintenance costs and allow digital signage integrators to deploy their system solutions more quickly, with lower costs for development and implementation.
The player is powered by the new third-generation Intel Mobile Core i7/i5/i3, Celeron Quad Core/Dual Core processors with Mobile Intel QM77 Express chipset, and is designed to help implement scalable digital signage applications that can network easily with other equipments.
The iBASE iOPS-76 is compliant with Intel Active Management Technology 8.0 for remote management and supports up to two displays via the slot-in JAE 80-pin connector and DisplayPort signals. Two DDR3 SO-DIMM (Dual Channel), one Gigabit Ethernet LAN, two USB 3.0 and external-accessible mSATA SSD are standard, and optional Bluetooth/Wi-Fi/TV tuner connections are available.
It also features an interface dock with additional I/O interface, which allows the OPS player to be a standalone operating system. The iOPS-76 can be connected with the interface dock via the JAE 80-pin connector. The evaluation kit comes with dual USB 2.0 ports, a USB 3.0 port, serial com, audio jack and additional DisplayPort and HDMI port.
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