Digital Signage Players

AOpen Launches its new Channel Partner Program

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Channel Partner

AOpen launches its new Channel Partner Program (ACP) to drive growth in digital signage.

With digital signage revenue set to reach $15.1 billion (£8.95bn) in 2014, according to IHS forecasts, AOpen's new programme is designed to support its partners by giving them more information on marketing initiatives, events and training as well as offering them discounted, not-for-resale demonstration units. The program also includes a portal with live information on new products as and when they are available.

Anthony Gerrits, channel sales director AOpen Europe, says: "Through this program our customers will get information first-hand and they can benefit from unique promotions with participating AOpen distributors. The ACP programme includes incentives to reward our customers for their success with AOpen products, such as the 'project of the year award', where we will select the three best projects and [reward] them with a written case study and free publicity.


Oman's Largest Digital Signage Network for Omantel

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Anzyma, the leading digital solutions expert in the Sultanate of Oman, deploys the country's largest digital signage network across all 70 Omantel retail outlets. This nationwide rollout across 80 screens employs state-of-the art digital solutions and has provided a holistic digital experience to customers arriving at these stores.

Scala was chosen as the software platform for this digital signage solution. With its new "connected signage" concept in place, Omantel will be able to update all marketing and promotional content in just a couple of minutes. The flexibility of the solution also allows Omantel to centrally monitor the health status of the screens from a central IT data center.


Amscreen in Tech Partnership with Sharp

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 Amscreen Solutions

Amscreen calls it “a ground-breaking partnership” with Sharp and it will see their technologies combined to create “the first truly affordable and scalable outdoor screen solution.”

Simon Sugar, Amscreen CEO, comments, "The launch of our digital six sheet offering is a key milestone in the industry. Until now, no product has been designed specifically for the large scale needs of existing and potential users of digital signage. We're pleased to have collaborated with Sharp to bring an outstanding product to market at an affordable price. We are still in the prototype stage, but initial feedback from customers in our target sectors has been fantastic and we look forward to rolling out the screens towards the end of the year."


NanoTech’s 4K Nuvola NP-C Player

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Nuvola NP-C

NanoTech showed at DSE14 the Nuvola NP-C, calling it “ the world's first commercial-grade 4K networked and interactive media player that supports true 4K Ultra HD content and delivers four-times the resolution of yesterday's HD devices.”

The NP-C is a low-cost, solid-state commercial-grade digital media player that makes it fast and easy to manage and change content on the fly, whether you're using Android App's HTML5 or Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions, like 11-Giraffes.

Connects via Ethernet or Wi-Fi to any network with 6Mbit/s or greater to stream 4K UltraHD movies or videos from a variety of sources including the bundled NanoFlix UHD media player.

The Nuvola NP-C measures just 3½ inches by 6 inches yet features an industrial case supporting a wide variety of mounting options.


Dual-Sided Interactive “Digital Lollipop” Sign

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Touch&Go Digital Lollipop55

At GlobalShop 2014, Micro Industries unveils, its unique Touch&Go Digital Lollipop 55, a dual-sided 55” interactive portrait touchscreen in a less than 2.4” (6cm) thick profile.

The ultra-thin profile encases “the first truly double-sided touchscreen of its kind”. This interactive digital signage is perfect for consumer use in department stores, malls, hotels, airports and other high-traffic areas.

The new design provides a sturdy, upscale and futuristic look— you can move it into place at the last minute because it’s mobile as well.

Each digital lollipop supports single or multi-touch touchscreens simultaneously, using independent processors that separately drive the operating system. To ensure minimal deflection of the screens when touched, the displays are encased in a metal frame securely fastened to the sturdy base suitable for high traffic areas.