Digital signage and cellular networking
Why integrate digital signage through a network? Today, the vast majority of digital signage deployments are networked. The advantages of a networked digital signage system are far greater than simply the cost savings; such systems also add value by their ability to update content, nearly in real time, and increase its relevance to the viewing audience. The days of updating signs by flash drives and other manual, non-networked approaches have simply become a thing of the past. Excerpted from the recently published Digital Signage Today guide, “3G/4G Cellular-Based Digital Signage” To read more, download the free publication. at: http://www.digitalsignagetoday.com/article/187744/Digital-signage-and-cellular-networking?utm_source=NetWorld%20Alliance&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=EMNA_DST_12052011_12_5_111
Digital Signage Networks
Most businesses have LANs for their computers, while schools may have LANs and coaxial cable television networks. However, sometimes, because of cost, security or capacity reasons, it does not make sense to use an existing network for digital signage. One option is to use a wireless network but, because of distance, quality, security or other issues, wireless usually is not the answer. We’d be happy to answer any of your digital signage networking questions. Please visit www.StrandVision.com or give us a call at 715-235-7446 (SIGN) to learn more about setting up a digital signage network.