08-25-2009 09:01 PM CET - IT, New Media & Software

Nexcom NDiS 541 Digital Signage Player supports four independent Full HD Displays

Press release from: Nexcom
NDiS 541
NDiS 541
Nexcom’s new NDiS 541 Digital Signage Player can support full HD video (cloned or independent content) on up to four separate displays, thus reducing the costs associated with multi-screen digital signage applications.

Based on ATI’s latest AMD 780E graphic chipset and powerful quad core CPU, NDiS 541 can support four independent full HD outputs via HDMI connection. In addition, this high-performance media player can combine four separate screens to create one large image, making it the ideal platform on which to display vibrant eye-catching advertising or promotions.

The platform's compact dimensions mean that it can easily be placed in most locations. With dual Mini-PCIe slot, NDiS 541 can be equipped with additional functions such as WLAN module and TV tuner module.

The platform's compact size coupled with its high-performance CPU and superb graphics capability makes the NDiS 541 suitable for a multitude of digital signage applications within hospitality, retail, education, healthcare and entertainment.

About Nexcom: NEXCOM International Co. LTD., an ISO-9001-certified company and a member of PICMG, PCI-SIG, and Intel Communications Alliance, designs and manufacturers a superior range of Industrial Computer Solutions, Digital Signage Platforms and Mobile Computing Devices. Established in 1992, NEXCOM has acquired a multitude of patents, awards and certifications for its high-quality products and outstanding service. With its Headquarters in Taiwan and subsidiary offices in the UK, USA, Germany, France, Italy, Japan and China; Nexcom can offer exceptional service to all its global partners.

Nexcom UK Limited.
10 Vincent Avenue
Milton Keynes

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