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Video wall color calibration keeps your colors straight

The unified color characteristics across multiple digital signage displays, a display-array or a video wall can represent a major issue that could seriously affect the customer viewing experience. Color calibration keeps the colors straight across all displays.

Philips intros 84- and 98-inch 4K displays with U-Line Series

Philips Signage Solutions today introduced a new line of commercial displays with the release of the Ultra HD U-Line Series, two new 4K displays set to ship in April and May.

Choosing the right digital signage display for your deployment

Content may be king in digital signage (though some would argue that context is), but either way, the king would have no clothes without the digital signage display that best fits the deployment.

Early reports of the demise of LCDs are greatly exaggerated

LCDs are not going anywhere anytime soon. Many digital signage displays being labeled LED displays are LCD displays with LED backlights.

5 for 5: January's top digital signage news

We take a look back at the top of the pops from January, recapping the biggest digital signage stories of the month.

Philips adds new zero-bezel displays for digital signage video walls

Ultraslim-bezel displays are designed to enable HD picture and seamless bezel transitions for video walls, as well as provide Philips' "Smart" features, including real-time content playback from a URL, auto-recovery failover to a local USB thumb drive and seven-event daypart scheduling.

2015: A look at the digital signage year ahead

After asking our panel of industry experts to find out what they thought were the biggest stories or trends in the industry in 2014, we now turn back to them to see what they expect in 2015.

2014: The digital signage year in review

After looking at the biggest stories of 2014 in terms of traffic, we now turn to a panel of industry experts to find out what they thought were the biggest stories or trends in the industry in terms of impact.

Invisible costs lurk behind the video wall

Retail owners often fail to take into account installation cost as part of their TCO when selecting displays for digital signage video walls, failing to take into account color calibration, cable routing, display alignment and control mechanisms.

Philips intros OPS-compliant HDBaseT receiver for digital signage

Component simplifies deployment and cabling configuration on applications that have physical location limitations, company says.

In digital signage it's 3 strikes you're out with consumer TVs

Display expert says consumer-grade displays feature three key weaknesses that can strike out your digital signage.

Digital signage, it's not just for menus anymore

More than menu boards, restaurant digital signage also drives engagement, branding and positive customer experiences.

The Display Shield protecting digital signage display in theme parks

The Display Shield weatherproof digital signage display enclosure has been deployed in an array of theme parks and outdoor venues, according to an announcement from manufacturer Protective Enclosures Company.

Philips Signage Solutions extends high availability feature across all digital signage display lines

If a display cannot play back from the media player or Internet under any unpredictable occasions, it can then automatically retrieve and play pre-saved content.

STiNO eyevis, MMD Philips showcasing digital signage solutions at Viscom 2014

STiNO eyevis, a manufacturer for audiovisual communication software solutions, and MMD, technology company and brand license partner for Philips Monitors, will jointly showcase digital signage solutions at Viscom in Frankfurt from November 5-7, the companies announced.

Philips Signage touts security measure for USB devices

Philips Signage displays now offer a configurable selection for users to disable the USB port function.

Digital signage and 'high availability': Keep it simple to keep content flowing

Signage manufacturers are taking a page from network and data comm vendors and installing complex mechanisms to keep content constantly on — yet savvy project owners know to explore simple routes to keep signage content up and running at all times.

Don't touch that dial! Can remote control apps damage your digital signage?

Digital signage blogger and display expert warns against the dangers of smartphone apps for consumer-grade displays used as professional signage.

Philips intros new overlay series for touchscreen digital signage

Philips Signage Solutions, operated by Envision Peripherals Inc., today announced the Touch Screen Overlay Product Series "for users to enable smooth and timely touch functions."

Video walls, digital menu boards and multiscreen arrays: Don't get your signals crossed

The last things deployers want in their new digital signage video walls or digital menu boards are color and alignment problems.

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