AIS unveils DOOH players which support SaaS
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By News Desk
8 November 2010
A new line of digital out-of-home (DOOH) players has been launched by American Industrial Systems (AIS). The devices from the AIS IAdea range support third-party Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and are available as either standard or high-definition models.
In partnership with digital signage software company signagelive, AIS is providing plug-and-play RISC-based solutions, which are said to have power-saving credentials.
The AIS XMP-120/130 and the XMP 320-330 are both palm-sized products, which can play back 1080p content in full-HD H.264 graphics. An SD card slot lets users build upon the 2GB of standard space and media RSS feeds are also enabled.
Through strategic alliances with a number of electronic signage companies, AIS can deliver a range of hardware options to pair with its players. These include digital signboards and SaaS companion HD appliances. Users can also capitalise on W3C SMIL (Synchronised Multimedia Integration Language) with appropriate SMIL-based digital signage products.
Other noteworthy features of the new players are NTSC/PAL composite video output at 480i; a feature which makes auto-play restart whenever the power supply is disrupted; audio in MPEG L2 or MP3 formats at up to 128Kbps; and video in MPEG-1 or MPEG-4 ASP (DivX) modes, at up to 720 x 400 at 2Mbps.
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