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InfoComm: LG unveils SignNET turnkey digital signage solution

LG Electronics has announced SignNET, a turnkey digital signage solution, at InfoComm 2010. LG SignNET includes hardware, software and starter templates — as well as news feeds from CNN — all available at an affordable monthly cost, according to a company release. Right out of the box, digital signage content can be created simply using almost a dozen starter templates that are customized for numerous vertical markets.

In an extension of LG’s long-standing alliance with CNN, SignNET will work with the world’s news leader to display the latest news and information as designated by the user. This alliance with a major news service ensures that end users aren’t stuck with static content, but rather can bring in fresh promotional and syndicated content to their commercial environments. Bundled into more than a dozen different categories, such as latest news, business, entertainment, politics, and technology, the end user can select which category will be displayed without paying an additional cost.

“Making digital signage simple but exceedingly effective is what SignNET is all about,” said Jeff Dowell, vice president, digital signage, LG Electronics USA Business Solutions. “Our relationship with CNN extends the capabilities of SignNET to provide even more engaging content with customizable digital signage options.”

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