NEXCOM will show new OPS signage players such as the NDiS M532 and NDiS M422 at ISE, together with a new multi-display signage player called NDiS B862 and the PDSB 102 ARM-based signage appliance. The NDiS M532 is powered by the 3rd generation Intel Core processor family paired with Mobile Intel QM77 Express Chipset, can be plugged into any OPS-complaint display device to drive rich multimedia contents.
It can also support three separate displays thus reducing the requirement for additional hardware. With modular and cable-less design and advanced built-in remote management function, the M532 are said to satisfy requirements for quick deployment and hassle-free maintenance of large digital signage networks.
Like the M532, the NDiS M422 is also an OPS ready player, aimed to fulfil interactive kiosks and signage applications requiring energy efficient processor and high graphic performance. M422 is equipped with an energy efficient dual core processor and discrete-level graphics to deliver advanced 3D graphics. Businesses can use a combination of Full HD video, 3D animation, multi-touch and gesture control to create an immersive customer experience.
The multi-display digital signage player NDiS B862, powered by AMD Embedded R-Series APU and AMD E6760 GPU, can connect up to six independent HDMI displays to smoothly present multiple Full HD videos. Supported dual USB 3.0 and dual GbE Ethernet with optional WLAN, NDiS B862 is an advanced media player for any applications requiring to render high quality contents over multiple displays.