Exton, PA September 26th, 2014—Scala is pleased to announce Scala Enterprise version 10.4, bringing you support for the next generation of the Samsung Smart Signage Platform for digital signage. Take a look at what’s new:
Fewer hardware requirements, lower cost of ownership
Samsung’s D Series displays feature an improved system-on-a-chip that supports advanced applications—without the need for an external media player or PC—resulting in streamlined deployment and a significantly reduced total cost of ownership.
Samsung D Series Quick Facts
- Powered by a quad core Cortex-A9 1GHz processor including a full codec video processor.
- 1.5GB DDR3 and 4GB of memory enabling increased performance to support more advanced applications such as touch and video wall configurations.
- Standalone display system eliminates the need for an external media player or PC.
Get every second out of the day
Screens are only effective when they’re up and running. The Samsung DM-D lineup is rated for 24/7 use, providing performance and dependability for businesses and organizations communicating around the clock.
Samsung DM-D Quick Facts
- Slim direct-lit displays contain 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution up to 450 nits brightness and a 5000:1 contrast ratio for sharp, detail-rich text and images.
- Built-in Wi-Fi sends Ethernet cabling the way of the dinosaur, further reducing installation costs.
Moving along with the future
These “easy-entry” models of the Samsung Smart Signage Platform are tied to market trends focusing on fast and easily integrated communication solutions. The collaborative partnership between Scala and Samsung enables end users to create and implement captivating, dynamic content on Samsung’s top quality displays and platform, using Scala’s proven high-level Content Management System.
In addition to all of the Samsung enhancements, Scala Content Manager expanded its international scope by adding Italian to its user interface. You can never be too cultured.
For more information on features and specifications for Scala Enterprise, visit https://docs.scala.com today.