The Media Player Grows Up
At the most fundamental level, rollout out a digital signage system – whether for retail, education, corporate applications, transportation, or entertainment venues – involves the use of some kind of media player to get content up on the screens. At the simplest level, a consumer appliance like a standard PC or a DVD player often acts as the media player for a system with one or a small number of screens, but when there are many (maybe up to thousands) screens involved, either dedicated, small-footprint, specialized, purpose-built digital signage media players or purpose-built PCs are spec’d in. To read more of David Keene’s article, visit www.digitalsignageweekly.com.
Digital Signage Player – What’s the right one for me?
If you’re searching around to determine what’s the best media player for your digital signage installation, why not give us a call at 715-235-7446 (SIGN) or visit www.StrandVision.com. We’d be happy to discuss the pros and cons of each type of player to help you decide what’s the best digital signage player for your facility.