New digital signage appliances address cost concerns for SaaS
For the equivalent of around $10 a month in a 2-year contract, customers can now get a 10” counter-top, shelf-mountable digital signboard system from IAdea (www.IAdea.com), fully manageable by leading digital signage software options including Scala, SignChannel, signagelive, Oxygen.next (from 42media Group), DigitalSignage.net, etc. The small display is a perfect tool for welcoming visitors at the reception desk and keeping them up-to-date of the latest information. Such systems have been deployed in hotels, corporate offices, retail stores, travel agencies, banks, etc. and proven to be a very cost effective visual communication tool.
Around the similar cost, the customer can also get a palm-size SaaS-companion media appliance that plugs into a low-cost computer monitor and instantly becomes a medium-sized, SaaS-managed digital signage system to sit on a table-top or be mounted on a wall. The media appliances can conveniently mount behind the monitor using standard VESA mounts without cluttering up the reception area. The small form factor of the media appliance makes it very easy to set up such a system without requiring extra spaces or complex mounting construction.
For larger deployments, IAdea also makes available the option to have the media appliances integrated with a medium-sized screen of 15”, 19”, or 24”. To support SaaS providers, IAdea also supports the option to pre-configure each unit with connectivity parameters for the SaaS service so the deployment of the units is a true plug-and-play without requiring any configuration. Now for a low monthly fee, users can get state-of-the-art software bundled with all necessary hardware to brighten up every venue with lively images to welcome the visitors.
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Founded in 2000, IAdea is dedicated to the development of cutting-edge commercial-grade digital signage players and integrated displays. IAdea’s products feature the XML-based W3C SMIL standard, allowing system integrators to quickly customize and tailor to individual project requirements. IAdea’s device technologies power many large-scale digital signage projects, offering proven robustness and lowered total cost of ownership (TCO). Market leaders including Scala, Mitsubishi, ViewSonic, etc. partner closely with IAdea to deliver end-to-end total solutions. With offices in Irvine, Montreal, and Taipei, IAdea offers uninterrupted product service throughout the globe. For more information visit www.IAdea.com.
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