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BrightSign Series 3 Digital Signage Players Now Have SignageLive Support

The entire line of BrightSign Series 3 digital signage media players now have full SignageLive support.

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BrightSign Series 3 Digital Signage Players Now Have SignageLive Support

BrightSign Series 3 media players are now integrated with cloud-based digital signage software platform provider SignageLive.

Cloud-based digital signage software platform provider SignageLive announces an integration with BrightSign Series 3 Digital Signage Players.

The collaboration between the two digital signage brands “creates an end-to-end solution to help customers create, deploy and manage digital signage content across virtually any network, anywhere in the world,” according to a SignageLive press release.

“Closely aligning Signagelive’s software platform with BrightSign Series 3 digital signage players creates a powerful solution,” says Jason Cremins, CEO, Signagelive.

“Now our customers can deploy and manage digital signage networks across multiple locations, knowing they have a robust and reliable signage network that won’t cause them headaches.

More on the SignageLive-BrightSign collaboration from the press release:

BrightSign is the global market leader in digital signage media players, offering a wide range of players to suit any digital signage application. Signagelive’s software platform is an ideal complement to BrightSign’s hardware offering, with its expansive installed base of more than 1,900 active networks located in 46 countries.

Together, BrightSign and Signagelive offer a winning global digital signage hardware/software solution.

The BrightSign/Signagelive solution is an ideal fit for large companies and media agencies that require centralized control of their brand messaging worldwide. This pertains both to customers that require a platform for cloud-networked global signage networks, as well as tech-minded customers who build custom solutions based on their proprietary application programming interfaces (APIs).

The combined BrightSign/Signagelive solution positions the companies especially well to land new global accounts in key vertical markets, such as retail, QSR and corporate communications.

Key customers in these and other market segments are seeking global signage solutions that make it possible to manage deployments across multiple time zones, and in multiple languages. To address this need, Signagelive’s complete solution includes live chat support from 8am to midnight GMT.

“With the support of this long list of new features, Signagelive has created an easily scalable, 100 percent cloud-based BrightSign digital signage solution for global brands and corporations,” says Jeff Hastings, CEO, BrightSign.

“They have unlocked virtually all of BrightSign’s capabilities and enabled a broad set of custom solutions on their platform with our world-class digital signage players.”

Signagelive’s support for BrightSign Series 3 digital signage players includes:

  • Setup – Timezone configuration from the Signagelive platform/cloud
  • System Reporting – manufacturer, model, app version, screen status (on/off), OS, serial number, IP address, CPU, memory & storage
  • Screen Control – ability to schedule on/off based on day, time and recurrence
  • Remote Reboot – force a reboot at the next check-in
  • BrightSign NativeTicker support – very smooth left-to-right ticker
  • HDMI input – full-screen and in a zone within a layout
  • Dual-video support in layouts
  • Frame-accurate synchronisation
  • BrightSign WiFi Module and NativeTicker support
  • IPTV Streaming – HLS only, full-screen and in a zone within a layout
  • Remote Screenshots – shown on device dashboard including the capture of HDMI input
  • Proof of Play – records and reports all media played with tags and metadata

Related: BrightSign Cozies Up to Content Management System Providers

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