Haivision puts cool signs within reach for educational institutions
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By News Desk
11 November 2010
The CoolSign offer is part of Haivision's 'Campus Signage Unlimited' scheme
Access to CoolSign software and players will now be available to universities, colleges and K12 facilities for a fee of $19,500 (£12,164). Offered as part of the 'Campus Signage Unlimited' scheme from digital out-of-home (DOOH) and IP video networking solutions provider Haivision, the low price is designed to give greater numbers of educational institutions access to electronic signage.
"Haivision has supported the education market for years," states Peter Maag, senior vice-president of Haivision. "Our objective is to strengthen the use of video and graphics within education and help establish tomorrow's creative user community."
CoolSign software is often used for news broadcasts, emergency alerts, the display of safety information, wayfinding and scheduling, as well as for advertising, in educational environments. It can transmit interactive, data-driven or scheduled content.
Haivision's products are also used frequently in education itself. Mako HD codec system delivers low latency telepresence performance for remote interactive classrooms, whilst the InStream player can deliver live or on-demand video and is frequently used in university and college IT departments. Meanwhile, the Furnace IP video system can transmit SD and HD content over both wired and wireless networks, as well as supporting e-training and classroom recording.
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