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Cayin's new dual-display digital signage player

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January 24, 2009

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January 24, 2009 Taiwanese digital signage specialist Cayin Technology, will release SMP-WEBDUO, the most advanced model among web-based digital signage players, at Integrated Systems Europe 2009 in Amsterdam in February. SMP-WEBDUO not only employs most functions from the SMP-WEB series but also supports full HD video and dual display simultaneously.

January 24, 2009 Taiwanese digital signage specialist Cayin Technology, will release SMP-WEBDUO, the most advanced model among the web-based digital signage players, at Integrated Systems Europe 2009 in Amsterdam in February. SMP-WEBDUO not only employs most functions from the SMP-WEB series but also supports full HD video and dual display simultaneously.

SMP-WEBDUO is the most up to date and powerful digital signage player in the SMP-WEB series, which is especially designed for DOOH (Digital Out-of-Home) applications that require presenting advanced multimedia content by web language, such as HTML, JavaScript, Flash, etc.

The uniqueness of SMP-WEBDUO lies in its capability to control two screens simultaneously and demonstrate more plentiful presentations either in landscape or portrait orientation. Simply by a single click on the Web Manager, the web-based user interface of SMP series player, users can easily choose from 15 display combinations constituted by different screen arrangement and content presentations.

SMP-WEBDUO supports four display modes: single, clone, extended, and distinct mode. For single mode, it connects to one screen and offers similar functions of all the other SMP-WEB series players.

SMP-WEBDUO distinguishes itself by managing two screens at the same time. You can choose to display either identical or different contents on these two displays in clone or distinct modes. Above all, SMP-WEBDUO can even support extending multimedia contents from one screen to another and thus, creating more stunning animation effects.

A high quality presentation is also one of the main features of SMP-WEBDUO. This new player supports DVI connectors and 1080p Full HD video playback. These features can maximize the quality of digital signage presentations. Moreover, up to 31 playlists for users’ choices can largely diversify digital signage applications.

SMP-WEBDUO also provides a useful new function, scheduling web playlist on the player directly. They can also choose to schedule playlists of multiple players centrally by Cayin CMS server. Via this function, users can work more efficiently by sending information to the right customers at the right time automatically.

SMP- WEBDUO also features its remote management functions. You can adjust the volume manually from a remote PC or even arrange a schedule to adjust the volume automatically, such as lowering down the volume at night. Remote system recovery is also doable if needed.

SMP-WEBDUO can be deployed either as a networked standalone solution or under a server-client structure (incorporated with Cayin CMS server). It supports to update multimedia contents by FTP, Network Neighborhood, or by Cayin CMS server with automatic centralized content updated according to the pre-set schedule through the Internet. It can also be easily extended to integrate with customers’ existing network facilities and database.

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