IBASE’s New Intel Powered Video Wall Signage Player Offers Performance Breakthrough

IBASE Technology, a leading manufacturer of digital signage players, has today revealed the implementation of Intel® Arria® 10 FPGA modules along with Intel® vPro™ Core processors and Intel® Media Accelerator Reference Software (MARS) technology in the new IBASE SignaturePro SP-63E multi-port video wall signage player. The integrated processor platform allows SP-63E to offer optimal performance and cost-optimised video wall solutions, driving up to twelve HDMI displays built with hardware EDID emulation, last frame capture and display monitoring functions, a major breakthrough among the industry.

Superior to most signage players that can only support two to four simultaneous HDMI multi-display as optimal, the new SignaturePro SP-63E capitalises Intel platform and software technology to expand the support to twelve multi-display with speedy streaming performance and visual presentation. The platform can also integrate with Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkit allowing future expansion with analytics, using neural network inference and deep learning technology for advanced AI workload.
 
“IBASE takes pride in designing the powerful Intel®-based SP-63E system, the world's first multi-port signage solution with last frame capture and display monitoring functions,” said Archer Chien, Director of digital signage product line at IBASE. “Our customers always look forward to this type of platform that delivers superior performance, high integration, greater scalability and lower maintenance cost.”
 
IBASE SignaturePro SP-63E is equipped with the hardware EDID emulation feature that allows users to regularly check on-site status and to solve any arising display and cable issues. The integrated FPGA modules, which are powered independently, capture and display the last video frame in case of system malfunction. The system also has IBASE unique iSMART energy-saving technology that enables power on/off scheduling and power resume functions.
 

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