CAYIN taking digital signage on the road to Latin America

Feb. 25, 2014

Taipei, Taiwan-based CAYIN Technology Co. Ltd. announced that from March 9 to 21 the company will participate in the 2014 Taiwan Trade Mission to Latin America, held by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council. CAYIN will share its latest digital signage solutions with visitors from emerging markets in Latin America.

At the trade mission, CAYIN will visit Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador and Brazil to introduce its professional-grade digital signage solutions in these countries. In response to the rapid economic growth in Latin America and the potential needs for high-technology products in Mexico and Brazil, CAYIN will showcase two digital signage player models: the SMP-200, a compact, energy-saving digital signage player, and the SMP-WEBDUO, a dual display Web-based digital signage player.

The SMP-200 supports multimedia content in seven zones. Users can update and play multimedia content via USB flash drive or SD card. The SMP-200 also is extremely energy efficient, the company said, with a maximum power consumption of less than 6 Watts to help users reduce overall management costs. The SMP-WEBDUO digital signage player supports full HD video and various types of digital content; integration with touchscreens or mobile devices; integration with 3G, GPS and Google Maps; and flexible combinations of displays, the company said. Taking advantage of embedded system technology, both of the models can meet scalability needs, and the CAYIN players are more suitable for humid local weather conditions than PCs, the company said.

CAYIN said it believes that the road show to Latin American countries will be a great opportunity to meet the needs of existing and potential customers in the said region. "We are looking forward to building close and long-term business partnerships in Latin America," CAYIN Vice President Ravel Chi said in the announcement.

Topics: Content Management , Hardware , Media Players

Companies: CAYIN Technology Co., LTD

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