Signagelive driving NEXCOM 4K video wall at ISE14

Jan. 29, 2014

U.K.-based cloud-based digital signage technology supplier Signagelive announced it will demonstrate its 4K support capabilities for NEXCOM's NDiS B842 video wall player (an ultra-high-definition digital signage panel comprising 4 x 1080p outputs) being launched at this year's Integrated Systems Europe show in Amsterdam.

Signagelive also will demonstrate a number of advanced software features developed to support embedded media player technology, including multizone layout designs, HDMI input for live TV, sophisticated scheduling, advanced device monitoring (including screen on/off, CPU and memory control) and drag-and-drop design facilities, the company said.

Signagelive has recently signed an agreement with NEXCOM to provide all-inclusive digital signage bundles for its next-generation NDiS video wall player, which will be distributed to U.K. resellers exclusively through Medium UK.

The NEXCOM 4K video wall player, the NDiS B862, powered by Signagelive, is based on the company's AMD Embedded R-Series APU platform. It comprises four HDMI display outputs to facilitate the display of static images, video, IPTV and Web pages both in full-screen and multizone layouts across multiple screens.

Signagelive's cloud-based software is used to run and manage content feeds for individual displays as well as to synchronize the independent display outputs to create consolidated, interactive high- resolution content using all 7,680 x 4,320 pixels.

Signagelive's digital signage software, written in HTML5, provides full support for different content formats including static images, video, HDMI input, IPTV, Web pages and RSS feeds, and integrates with QR code technology and all common social media widgets, the company said.

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Topics: Cloud-Based Digital Signage , Content Management , Display Technology , Hardware , Software

Companies: NEXCOM

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