X-Factor Communications LLC, a provider of interactive digital media network software and services over its dmcp:// Digital Media Control Platform, announced today that it has expanded its platform capabilities, including the addition of HTML5 enabling publishing and broadcasting to multiple IP endpoint types, including digital signs, kiosks, desktops, tablets, SharePoint, intranet sites, telephones and mobile devices.
With Digital Screen Control Portal 4.0, the company said, users have the capability to publish immersive interactive informational content, emergency notifications and advertising to internal and external audiences. Its comprehensive digital content publishing capabilities allow for any content to be easily delivered to any device including digital signs, kiosks and mobile devices anywhere, according to X-Factor Communications.
Based on extensive research and development and following months of discussion with customers and partners, the company has added new features and functionality intended to make it possible to easily deliver interactive content, more sophisticated and flexible templates, more automatic integration with a variety of messaging systems and social networks, and more powerful alerts.
"This release is the most significant in the company's history, as it incorporates HTML5 and RCS capabilities, making it possible for all HTML5 enabled IP endpoints (smartphones, tablets, desktops, televisions, kiosks, signs and other displays) to display multimedia content in high-definition and without limitations based on operating systems," said Charles Saracino, CEO of X-Factor Communications, in the announcement.
"Working with X-Factor's team has enabled us to create a completely unique solution that combines the ability for end-users to receive information, notifications, alerts, as well as make and receive phone calls, host video conferences and more," said Patrick Gilbert, vice president and director of GENBAND's Innovation Exchange. "X-Factor's leadership in HTML5 and RCS made it possible to combine different types of communications experiences, and then share those experiences on both iOS and Android devices, with a consistently high-quality user feel."
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