Nexcom sent out a release today to announce that it has launched a new dedicated digitial signage central management server, the CMS 2000, which can control up to 250 networked media players.
Nexcom says the CMS 200 has been specifically designed to improve the operational efficiency of network-based media players. Powered by the Intel Core 2 Duo E7400 CPU and equipped with feature-rich PowerDigis central management software, the CMS 2000 can support the operation of up to 250 networked digital signage players, the company says.
CMS is designed for rack mount installation and has numerous I/O interfaces, including two for USB, four for LAN and one RJ45 and one VGA port. The CMS series is designed for use with all platforms in Nexcom’s PowerDigis range of digital signage appliances, a series which includes low-cost products aimed at single/dual screen deployments, right through to high-end platforms capable of supporting four independent displays and HD video wall.
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