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SpinetiX Integrates with Scala at InfoComm

SpinetiX, developer of the Hyper Media Player hardware appliance, and digital signage software company Scala have announced that their systems can now be integrated together to offer and create cost- 6/03/2010 12:15 AM Eastern

SpinetiX Integrates with Scala at InfoComm

SpinetiX, developer of the Hyper Media Player hardware appliance, and digital signage software company Scala have announced that their systems can now be integrated together to offer and create cost-effective, flexible, and reliable digital signage solutions for a growing range of international markets.

SpinetiX, developer of the Hyper Media Player hardware appliance, and digital signage software company Scala have announced that their systems can now be integrated together to offer and create cost-effective, flexible, and reliable digital signage solutions for a growing range of international markets.

Scala's Content Manager 5 software platform can now deliver content to the dedicated open-platform SpinetiX HMP100 hardware device. The HMP100 uses the SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) family of open-standard specifications that allows XML-based file formats to describe static, dynamic, and animated information. It represents an alternative to PC-based platforms when deploying a Scala solution with dynamic content.

"Our Hyper Media Player technology turns any digital display into an autonomous and networked device," said Serge Konter, marketing manager for SpinetiX, in a statement. "The very small footprint and the minimal energy consumption of our HMP100 have very low installation and operational costs. Until now, many Scala users were obliged to use PC-based players to display dynamic content and were not able to deploy the HMP100 in their systems. We are delighted that our new integration with Scala technology is now being made available."

"The use of hardware appliances such as the SpinetiX HMP100 has a number of advantages for our customers," said Gerard Bucas, CEO of Scala, in a statement. "Compared to PC-based player solutions, they offer lower running costs, and with no fan or other moving parts, reliability in the field can [be] expected to be much higher. We're excited to be able to offer our customers more flexibility when specifying their systems, and look forward to a long and fruitful working relationship with SpinetiX."

 


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