Aopen adds device control feature for media players

AOPEN Inc. has introduced its Intelligent Control Unit for managing and monitoring media players. This device is built to reduce operating costs and boost efficiency for end users, and will be launching first with AOPEN's new Digital Engine DE3450 media player, according to a press release.

The Intelligent Control Unit comes with a RTC tool to allow users to set advanced content schedules for different times of the day, and an EDID Emulator to help prevent resolution issues and black screens. Other features include:

  • System data record.
  • HDMI signal detection.
  • An optional IR remote controller
  • Hardware-based control and recovery.

The DE3450 media player is an ultra-slim device, powered by Intel Apollo Lake Quad Core CPU. It can run 4K video at 60 Hertz and supports VP9 Video playback, according to the release.

"Over its 20-plus years, AOPEN has refined electric and mechanical technology, working closely with partners and customers to develop key features and support ease-of-use," Minouche van den Berg, marketing manager Europe, Aopen, said in the release. "With its AiCU capabilities, we are confident that the addition of the DE3450 to the AOPEN product portfolio will meet and exceed market expectations. AOPEN continues to be committed to providing customers with quality solutions, integrating innovative device function modules to enhance overall efficiency."

Topics: Content, Content Management, Hardware

Companies: AOPEN Inc.

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