ComQi upgrades digital signage distribution solutions

 
March 1, 2012

Global in-venue multichannel message management company ComQi today launched new versions of its flagship distribution products — ScreenGate IP Streaming and DS Vision 3000.

ComQi CEO Ajay Chowdhury said in the announcement that his company is "pleased to maintain our innovation in distribution hardware with our two new releases" that provide increased features and sophisticated software management interfaces.

ScreenGate IP Streaming (720p60 / 1080p30)

ComQi's ScreenGate IP Streaming solution takes advantage of existing IP network infrastructure to provide a solution that distributes audio and video information to widely dispersed end points. The ScreenGate IP Receivers plug into existing Ethernet cabling and can receive audio and high definition video streams of 1080p30 and 720p60.

DS Vision 3000 - Rev 3

ComQi's DS Vision 3000 solution currently powers tens of thousands of displays around the world, and the latest version of this product includes fully bi-directional RS-232 communication that queries the screen so as to monitor and maximize the network capacity.

The new design of DS Vision 3000 - Rev 3 family is also highly immune to electromagnetic noise (EMI/RFI) as well as to electrical shocks/spikes, the company said. The DS Vision 3000-Rev 3 Receiver Short enables distribution ranges up to 130 meters — significantly more than the previous version — and allows full tuning and skew compensation.

These distribution solutions will be managed the ComQi Device Manager that is being developed and will be released in a few months. The Device Manager sends alerts in case of problems, sends commands to devices, enables remote upgrade of the devices and, in certain cases, provides proof of play.

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Topics: Hardware , Networking / Connectivity , Networks , Software

Companies: ComQi – Customer Engagement Technology


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