Introducing Samsung’s D-Series & What to Expect at #InfoComm14

Adrian J Cotterill, Editor-in-Chief

I am sure it was by accident that Samsung FORGOT to mention all of their (supposed) partner software that works on this platform instead of (just) theirs..

WebEx: Introducing Samsung’s New D-Series and What to Expect at InfoComm 2014!

Join Samsung’s Senior Manager of Display Marketing, Kevin Schroll, as he introduces the new D-Series lineup and shares a few things you’ll see from Samsung at InfoComm 2014!

Samsung D-Series Commercial Displays

  • Enhanced System-on-Chip Performance with Quad-Core CPU Powered by a System-on-Chip semiconductor and quad-core CPU, Samsung’s Smart Signage Platform reduces TCO for digital signage deployments, providing savings in hardware, installation and operating costs
  • New Industrial Design A sleek, stylish new look features a 9.5mm bezel with optional customizable bezel trim kits (white, titanium silver, matte black, wood grain)
  • Ultra-Slim 2.0″ Chassis The stylishly thin chassis helps simplify installation while meeting ADA compliance requirements
  • Magic Info-s Digital Signage Software The software allows you to create playlists, set playback schedules and publish contact directly to the display. Most traditional file formats are supported including RSS feed and live web pages

Wednesday, June 11
12:00 – 12:30pm ET
(11am CT, 9am PT)

3 Responses to “Introducing Samsung’s D-Series & What to Expect at #InfoComm14”

  1. Kim Says:

    And what Samsung neglect to say is that they want to take all project elements with their integrated solutions including the dastardly software previously known as tragic net.

  2. Niccolo Machiavelli Says:

    Given the truth of what Kim has mentioned above, the Editor should note that Samsung listed in great detail all of the software it intends to promote and support on its SoC platform. Has anyone else noticed that SSSP is the same sound that a snake makes?

  3. Rattle and Hum Says:

    SSSP the word on the street is that SlamsungLallegedly hired a division of programmers to get Tragicnet to a functional enterprise level of CMS. Channel partner loyalty…..SSSSP.

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