Wednesday, September 28, 2005

DigitalView upgrades its digital signage software

Digital signage software maker DigitalView announced upgrades to its software for managing networks of dynamic displays. Major new functionality included support for RSS nesdfsdwsfeeds, split-screen capability (though with the common limitations of a hardware-based digital signage system), multi-user support for their managing system, and more flexible playlist scheduling options. As they start to catch up to the rest of their competitors in the embedded signage player market (and yes, there are a number of them for some reason), we'll start to see some features from higher-end software packages get integrated into the mix, thus raising the bar for digital signage systems overall, which, in my opinion, is a good thing.

That was an unusually long last sentence for me.

If you'd like to read KioskMarketplace's writeup, it's right here.

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