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The market for large-sized liquid-crystal display (LCD) panels is set for a moderate seasonal decline in the first quarter after a busy end-of-year in 2013 that saw record shipments
Quarter-to-quarter AIBs down 5.4%, year-to-year 5.2% – less than PCs overall Jon Peddie Research (JPR), the industry's research and consulting firm for graphics and multimedia,
Interactive Displays Produced Measurable ROI and Sales Uplift for the Same Products Compared to Stores without Digital Signage
BrightSign, LLC®, a trusted name in the digital signage industry, announced today that the North American Retail Hardware Association (NRHA) has published the results of research
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Bluetooth Low Energy (LE, or BLE, or Smart) is all about sending and receiving data just like any other Bluetooth device, but doing so using much less power. It's ideally suited for M2M applications where a device wakes up, transmits or receives data, then goes back to sleep. The Bluetooth SIG specifies myriad application profiles from healthcare ("Blood Pressure Profile") to Sports and Fitness. At the recent DESIGN West 2013 conference, editor-in-chief Chris A. Ciufo got the lowdown on Laird's new BL600 Bluetooth LE Smart modules.
Editor Chris Ciufo spent time with Microchip software manager Joe Drzewiecki at the Spring DESIGN West show (formerly known as ESC). Microchip launched their new MPLAB X compiler strategy that now goes across all Microchip MCUs. It also adds a new license strategy, optimizations that compile 35 percent faster on 32-bit devices (or save 35 percent on code size). There's also a "totally free" version of the MPLAB X compiler. Check out the 3 minute video.
During the Digital Signage Expo 2012, Axiomtek revealed the OPS860, a digital signage player module based on Intel's Open Pluggable Specification. The OPS860 allows users to plug in the module to any OPS compliant display to create an All-in-One Digital Signage Solution. No more messy cables and wires. Just plug in and go!
Learn how the AMD Accelerated Processing Units (APU) combine high performance serial and parallel processing cores to enable breakthroughs in visual computing, security, performance-per-watt and device form factor.
Enterprises can now manage embedded devices by extending System Center Configuration Manager 2007 management capabilities to thin clients, point of service, and digital signage devices.
The Spartan-6 FPGA Consumer Video kit provides a simpler way to update and modify video algorithms, and incorporate new video standards such as DisplayPort and V-by-One-HS. The advanced integrated design environment allows designers to efficiently develop and test high speed serial interfaces like LVDS and TMDS and debug HDMI or DVI-based solutions. The Spartan-6 FPGA Consumer Video Kit offers everything designers need to implement features for today and tomorrow's market.
Learn how the Xilinx 7 series can be used in HDTV to bring exciting new features to market sooner. This brief clip discusses two hot new features in the DTV space: LED backlit displays and 3DTV. The clip presents key market drivers in the consumer digital display market, presents how these market drivers translate into system requirements and outlines how Kintex-7 can be used to implement LED backlit and 3DTV capability in next generation consumer digital display products.
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The “extended temperature” designation theoretically assures that an embedded computer will perform reliably in extreme temperature environments. But how do you know for sure? Are there commercial grade components being used on the board? Is the board 100% tested? Download this MythBuster paper to learn how to find a truly reliable solution for your embedded computing needs.
Kontron announces next-generation digital signage kit to help streamline development and deployment of intelligent signage systems
Streamline intelligent digital signage development with the DSEK-12 evaluation kit from Kontron. The next-generation DSEK-12 is a powerful resource for retail, transportation and medical companies that are looking to implement digital signage as an influential new vehicle to interact with customers and gain valuable consumer information in real time. Download the DSEK-12 whitepaper to learn how designers can easily use this advanced, cost-effective, pre-validated and future-proof solution that features the latest display and graphics technologies.
The quality and flexibility of digital signage is a function of the graphics processing capability of the media players that drive the displays. To deliver a high level of graphics performance, media players tend to incorporate discrete graphics processing units, although some players use the graphics engine on the CPU platform. Discover how 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ processors provide retailers improved graphics performance and anonymous video analytics to deliver audience messaging at lower cost and watt.
This white paper explains the technology behind Penn State Philips (PSP) transistor models and how they relate to actual device behavior.