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VIA Announces ARM Digital Signage System with Android Support

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  1. btarunr

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    VIA Technologies, Inc, a leading innovator of power efficient computing platforms, today announced the VIA ARM DS (Digital Signage) system.

    Developed for the Android operating system, the VIA ARM DS is an all-in-one system-ready solution for managing dynamic displays for cost sensitive high volume segments where high performance video and connectivity are paramount for enhanced customer engagement. Applications range from kiosks, POS systems, video walls, and menu boards to TVOIP, cloud streaming, and Out of Home Advertising across a broad spectrum of retail, hospitality, education, and entertainment environments.

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    “The VIA ARM DS system extends the familiarity of Android to dynamic digital signage displays, providing a cost-effective alternative to other products on the market,” commented Epan Wu, Head of the VIA Embedded Platform Division. “We welcome 3rd party software and system integration partners to join us to develop customized solutions based on the system.”

    VIA ARM DS System
    The VIA ARM DS system is sleek, energy-efficient system with an ergonomic space-saving design that measures just 18cm x 12cm x 2.5cm. Its key features include the following:
    • All in one system-ready to load software
    • Industry standard ARM Cortex A9 SoC
    • Simple ergonomic design
    • Energy Star
    • Software support
    The VIA ARM DS system is backed by VIA’s worldwide software support and is compatible with the latest Digital Content Management software.
     
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    FreedomEclipse ~Technological Technocrat~

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    I guess they gave up on their Nano CPU :p
     
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    give them the second change
     
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    Only if someone did an arm system or mobo with sata3 :)
     

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