Signagelive showcasing TDMaverick digital signage partnership at ISE14

 
Jan. 17, 2014

Signagelive, global suppliers of cloud-based digital signage technology, announced it will demonstrate its support for TDMaverick's Vision TCMP Media Player range (mini, powerful multi-purpose AV devices based on Intel hardware), which will launch at next month's Integrated Systems Europe in Amsterdam.

Signagelive also will demonstrate its cross-platform support capabilities and its library of preconfigured applications developed for a range of system-on-chip displays, including Samsung's Smart Signage Platform, created specifically for commercial use.

Signagelive has recently confirmed an exclusive pan-European agreement with TDMaverick for the sale and distribution of its cloud-based digital signage software. TDMaverick is actively using Signagelive's plug-and-play offerings to create all-inclusive digital signage packages for its channel partner and reseller networks across Europe.

In the announcement, Signagelive CEO Jason Cremins said, "The Vision Media Player devices preconfigured with Signagelive, alongside our support for the Samsung's Smart Signage Displays, provides resellers across Europe a great range of options to take to their customers."

The Vision TCMP Media Player range is available in preconfigured formats or manufactured to order. Based on Intel hardware, the compact devices have been designed to support multiple applications including digital signage software, Microsoft applications and conventional PC functionality. They include multiple connectivity options, including USB 2.0 and 3.0, HDMI, Thunderbolt, dual-display and triple display as well as built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth facilities.

Signagelive's SoC software, written in HTML5, replicates the functionality of its core-PC display software, giving digital signage technology users access to Windows-grade capabilities on a range of non-PC devices, the company said.

"Signagelive technology is an important element of the Maverick LFD digital signage ecosystem and is the only digital signage solution we are offering on a pan European level," TDMaverick European Director Jon Sidwick said in the announcement. "It is enabling us to create attractive, all-inclusive digital signage packages for different device types, depending on factors such as our clients' requirements and budgets."

Learn more about cloud-based digital signage.


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

Companies: Intel Corporation


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