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IBASE, Scala Combine on Digital Signage Players

IBASE Technology, a manufacturer of digital signage platforms, and digital signage software developer Scala have partnered to deliver embedded digital signage solutions that enhance hardware and software integration capabilities for systems integrators.

IBASE Technology, a manufacturer of digital signage platforms, and digital signage software developer Scala have partnered to deliver embedded digital signage solutions that enhance hardware and software integration capabilities for systems integrators.

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"Followed by continuous reduction of LCD panel pricing, the digital signage market is growing rapidly. Providing powerful and comprehensive digital signage solutions continues to be of vital importance," said Robert Koolen, president of Scala, in a statement. "Scala is pleased to announce a partnership with IBASE. With support for Scala's interface, platforms from IBASE will be more flexible and accessible for signage vendors."

The IBASE SI-28 Signature Book 2 is a professional-grade digital signage in an ultra-compact device, says the company. The SI-28 supports four independent HDMI outputs at up to 1080p display resolutions. Combined with an AMD Athlon X2 (dual-core) or X4 (quad-core) CPU, its ATI E4690 GPU is equipped with 320 stream processor cores and 512 MB of GDDR3 video memory. The comprehensive I/O set also includes four USB 2.0 ports, two COM ports, analog audio, and an integrated gigabit LAN interface.

Scala is also compatible with the award-winning IBASE SI-24SD digital signage system. The SI-24SD combines the graphics performance of a discrete ATI E2400 GPU with 128 MB of dedicated GDDR3 video memory and the efficient computing resources of an AMD Athlon-based 1.5 GHz Neo X2 dual-core embedded CPU. It is able to support dual 1080p independent displays with VGA, DVI or HDMI interfaces.

Both systems are ideal for digital signage installations that demand a high level of performance and reliability in a compact space, according to IBASE officials.



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