BrightSign, LLC®, the global market leader in digital signage media players, will be exhibiting the industry’s most competitive, complete line-up of digital signage players, for the first time running from the recently updated BSN.cloud, BrightSign’s cloud-based digital signage network management platform (ISE, Barcelona, stand 6H420). The BrightSign stand will feature the full range from BrightSign XT offering the very best in features and technology for enterprise applications, to the entry-level LS, a commercial-grade signage player that’s a far superior alternative to consumer devices.
Commenting, Jeff Hastings, CEO of BrightSign said, “In 2021, in the midst of the pandemic, we shipped our two millionth media player, just four years after hitting the one-million mark. Visitors to ISE will be able to see for themselves why. BrightSign players deliver world class performance and our entry level players beat anything else available at a comparable price in terms of reliability, features and performance. Our top line players stand comparison with any player available at any price.”
Visitors will be able to see demonstrations of the BSN.cloud which sits at the core of the BrightSign ecosystem, enabling free cloud-connectivity to all BrightSign players for easy, secure player and content management across any network-connected digital signage. BrightSign has invested heavily in the platform, and it is now more robust than ever with a host of new features. These include support for BrightSign Mobile and streamlined single set-up for custom configurations with partner CMS providers. Real time player control functionality of BSN.cloud include reporting of player network health over the previous 24 hours.
BrightSign Mobile, which is now available on the European market, will also be featured at ISE. The affordable new all-in-one solution easily connects media players to the cloud in situations where traditional methods of network connectivity are not available. The solution is an accessory for BrightSign players that includes a low-profile regional USB modem operating at European cellular network frequencies with an installed universal SIM card that can connect anywhere in the UK and European Union (including Switzerland and Norway). In addition, customers are provided a choice of data plans custom-designed for digital signage and exclusive to BrightSign.
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