AOpen digital signage players get Scala certified

Oct. 25, 2011

AOpen America, an ultra-small-form-factor applied computer system manufacturer and digital signage solution provider, is proud to announce that the AOpen DE67 and MP67 are now Scala certified. Scala is a leading global provider of digital signage and display communications software and is a current AOpen partner, the company said.

The DE67 and MP67 are based on the Intel SandyBridge chipset and feature the second-generation Core i5 and Core i7 Intel CPUs. Utilizing Intel WiDi technology powered by a second-generation Intel Core processor, deployers can remotely broadcast digital signage content in full HD to a display without the need for wires, with great image clarity and sound. The DE67 and MP67 will also feature the Intel Active Management Technology 7 which allows IT personnel to discover, heal and protect systems with the new second=generation processors, reducing costly onsite visits and lowering overall TCO. Optional VESA brackets allow for easy mounting.

Having the latest technologies such as Intel WiDi and Intel AMT technology provides an advantage in modern digital signage deployments. The ability to be flexible as far as built in HD screen sharing and remote software and hardware maintenance provides a powerful tool for digital signage installers and users to manage their networks and effectively maintain them. In addition to powerful tools, the digital engines are reliable and rugged in their design, with the DE67 rated at 40,000 MTBF with a metal shock resistant chassis, and each unit consumes low amounts of power and is energy efficient, making them a green solution.

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