Administrators can remotely manage digital signage content, run media from content creation to publishing and monitoring, and control different commercial displays from standalone to the video wall.
Centralized Blade PCs and Zero Clients enable easy and instantaneous communication
Businesses are all too familiar with the time and effort involved in placing their electronic signage near power plugs or creating new sockets close to the point of display. Add safety concerns and the cost-prohibitive nature of the entire process, and there is undoubtedly a lot to supervise. In this era of digital transformation, shifting to cloud and virtual platforms makes for a dynamic strategy that solves this problem. It enables smart work practices, enhances the customer experience, and provides a unique selling proposition – display important information prominently with no electronic plug points.
How We Serve
Secure video and live TV delivery in VDI environments is a tough challenge, with poor streaming rendering video unusable for practical business scenarios. Using our world-class streaming, encoding and decoding technologies, ClearCube facilitates high-quality video to virtual desktops.
Our Digital Signage solutions aggregate control to the right people, allowing them to modify only what they need to and making sure that business standards are fulfilled through full, transparent management control.
“It’s easy: Blades are easier to maintain with fewer people and we saved half of what we would have spent.” ClearCube Blade PCs powering the flight information displays are connected to redundant data centers in International Terminal D. There, other blades run DFW’s airline operations software, including a baggage information application, gate information, reservation terminals and e-ticket kiosks. “Blades have worked so well that we took the whole concept of a blade environment and built it into the whole terminal.” said William Flowers, DFW Vice President of IT.