Marshall Electronics and X2O Media Digital Signage Scheduling System

A digital signage scheduling system from Marshall Electronics and X2O Media.
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Marshall Electronics and X2O Media Digital Signage Scheduling System

Jul 15, 2011 11:21 AM

Marshall Electronics has partnered with X2O Media to create a fully integrated digital display solution for meeting room applications. Marshall’s digital room signs will be available with X2O Media’s Xpresenter Meeting Manager software. The Marshall room signs are currently available in 12in. and 18.5in. sizes with built-in processors, eliminating the need for separate player hardware. X2O Media’s Xpresenter Meeting Manager software lets users update room reservations and display meeting room schedules in broadcast quality and display realtime news and weather information. The signs also feature all-metal construction, fully enclosed cabinets with locking systems, and replaceable polycarbonate covers. The room signs feature LED backlight panels rated at 50,000 hours and offer a two-piece design for monitor replacement without having to uninstall the mounting hardware. Price: NA

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