NEXCOM rolls out new digital signage player

 
June 7, 2012

NEXCOM earlier this week announced it has rolled out the 1080P digital signage player NDiS 167 "in light of a booming demand for embedded intelligence."

Performance, connectivity, and manageability are three important pillars of embedded intelligence, and the company said the NDiS 167 "lays great emphasis on these attributes." The player is based on the third-generation Intel Core processor family and Mobile Intel QM77 Express chipset, and integrated with Intel HD Graphics 4000.

NEXCOM said the digital signage player can depict great details of 3D images and play full HD multimedia content to meet ever-demanding market expectations. Better still, it can support up to three independent displays, enabling more desirable content manipulation.

Equipped with two GbE LAN ports, NDiS 167 can establish inbound network connection and reach out to the increasingly connected world simultaneously. Although the network connectivity allows NDiS 167 to receive timely content updates from a remote central management center, two USB 3.0 ports are also available for 5Gb/s data transmission in case of on-site maintenance. Additionally, two mini-PCIe expansion slots are provided for Wi-Fi communication and TV tuner.

Out-of-band management is another important feature of NDiS 167. The latest Intel Active Management Technology 8.0 incorporated in the third-gen Intel Core processor family gives off-site IT administrators control over the player as early as the BIOS setting phase without the assistance of additional hardware.

Read more about digital signage hardware.


Topics: Hardware , Media Players

Companies: NEXCOM , Intel Corporation


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