Webinar Explains How a Good Operating System Can Provide Easier Digital Signage



Building digital signage systems can be a major challenge. Finding the right mix of hardware, software, and cloud services that work well together can be a major challenge. But fortunately, there are solutions that can make the deployment of a digital signage system much easier, such as operating systems specifically designed for digital signage.

Building digital signage systems can be a major challenge. Finding the right mix of hardware, software, and cloud services that work well together can be a major challenge. But fortunately, there are solutions that can make the deployment of a digital signage system much easier, such as operating systems specifically designed for digital signage.

Panelists at a free webinar sponsored by SpinetiX on Digital Signage Today titled “Digital Signage Makes Finding the Right Operating System Easy,” discussed an out-of-the-box solution called the SpinetiX NUC Signage Appliance that combines a media player with a cloud-based operating system. Bradley Cooper, Editor-in-Chief of Digital Signage Today, moderated this panel with George Preston, VP of Sales, North America, SpinetiX and John Deatherage, Marketing Director of Simply NUC.

For the appliance, Simply NUC provided a mini computer media player called Intel NUC8 Rugged with a fanless design and its display emulation to provide a virtual second display and persistent displays. Deathage also said that this drive has a configurable storage and operating system for a more flexible solution.

On the operating system side, SpinetiX provided its cloud-based SpentiXArya solution, which is an operating system specifically designed for digital signage. This solution natively supports features like 4K, Wi-Fi and more.

Preston pointed out that Arya can easily integrate a variety of images, PDFs, and templates so that customers can easily “put something on screen very quickly.”

Preston showcased many of Arya’s features, including media player handling and the fact that it comes in multiple versions, including Arya Discovery, a free service that supports unlimited screens and 1GB of storage. and Premium, which supports more users, models and branding.

With the Premium service, administrators can also control how users control content, based on permissions, for example where they can tag content on individual NUC readers.

Preston said this solution is specifically designed to work “out of the box” so customers can easily set up a digital signage solution.

To see this solution in action, click here to watch the free webinar.


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