George Borden, Black Box National Sales Manager for Digital Signage, says the ruggedized models are perfect for factory floor, industrial automation, and mass transit digital signage applications. They are especially ideal for areas with equipment vibration such as garages, sports venues, and subway stations.
An integrated hardware/software platform, the iCOMPEL offers a lower total cost of ownership than similar products on the market. It comes with free lifetime software upgrades, free professionally designed screen layouts, and free, lifetime Tech Support. Loaded with features typically found only on high-priced systems, the iCOMPEL simplifies the tasks of assembling and distributing video, audio, and Web HTML or RSS content to one or many screens.
These next-generation iCOMPEL appliances, set to debut at Digital Signage Expo 2010 in Las Vegas, include:
• New HD Plus High-Speed iCOMPEL versions that provide 500 GB of onboard media storage, allowing their use as content servers for other iCOMPEL players.
• New affordably priced HD Plus iCOMPEL versions with 160 GB of integrated media storage.
• New small-form-factor, 32 GB solid-state HD iCOMPEL models that can be attached to the back of screens.
• Ruggedized versions of the new HD iCOMPEL models featuring a fanless design, solid-state storage, and no moving parts.
Digital Signage Expo 2010 attendees can visit Booth # 1046 during the February 23–25 expo to see live demos of the new enhanced iCOMPEL models. To schedule a free, one-on-one demo of the system, contact George Borden at (724) 873-6565 or (412) 862-6760 or at email@example.com.