Carousel Digital Signage tightens integration with BrightSign media players

Carousel Digital Signage, a division of Tightrope Media Systems, plans to unveil upgrades to its software to improve integration with BrightSign media players. The Carousel 7.1 upgrade will help reduce costs and streamline deployment and management, according to a press release.

The software will use auto-provision features to eliminate the need to write SD cards for each media player. Users can simply enter setting into a Carousel server to configure all media players on the network, and do tasks such as troubleshooting and firmware updates.

"These enhancements offer enormous benefits to the integrator that wants to deploy any number of players in a bulk configuration with common settings, and make adjustments by recalling the serial number at later dates," Eric Henry, president of Carousel Digital Signage, said in the release. "And since player grouping is managed within the Carousel user interface, it’s far easier to manage multiple players at once across larger networks. Furthermore, the systems integrator or technology manager in charge of installations and field service can operate from their office or mobile device. We’re removing the need to ever roll a truck again, so long as BrightSign media players are delivering the content for your Carousel network."

The release will also add support for Spanish, French and German languages, according to the release.

Topics: Content, Content Management, Hardware, Software

Companies: BrightSign

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