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Samsung unveils commercial displays at ISE 2013

Published by on Feb 21st, 2013, No Comments

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Samsung has unveiled its full line-up of innovative digital signage products, including a 95-inch LED display, at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2013, the first of its kind for the commercial display market.

The digital signage is built on the newly developed Samsung Smart Signage Platform powered by a System on Chip (SoC) semiconductor. Software partners now have the opportunity to develop apps optimised for an assortment of service environments with the Samsung SDK.

“These products will see Samsung continue to dominate the global market for LFDs in 2013. Samsung has focused on making the devices even easier to use and allowing people to play content without requiring a separate device,” says Mike van Lier Business Leader for IT Solutions at Samsung South Africa.

Featuring a dual-core CPU, full codec video processor and a choice of either 4GB or 8GB of storage, Samsung Smart Signage Platform includes an embedded, high-performance media player, allowing users to play back content without the need for a separate PC or set-top box.

Also included are a plug-and-play feature that lets users load content via USB, support for various video and audio formats, including WMV, MP4, and H.264 and the ability for users to manage content and devices remotely across the network with Samsung MagicInfo Premium S software.

The series includes:

  • The MEC series of slim, eco-friendly LED large format displays – including the 95-inch display.
  • The UEC series of large format displays for video wall solutions and  a narrow bezel.
  • The premium UDC Series of video wall displays feature an ultra-slim bezel, 700nit high brightness, 8GB of memory, ACM (Advanced Colour Management), and an easy installation kit.
  • The PEC series features an ultra-slim, lightweight design for an enhanced visual experience .

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