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16:9: What Kind Of Digital Signage Player Should I Use?

Guest Post: Rob Côté, Broadsign When it comes to choosing a digital signage player, most network operators will go with a PC running Windows or Linux, but it’s not the only choice out there. Android boxes, Chrome OS, and systems on a chip (Soc) have all come into their own as platforms in recent years. Each has found a following among digital signage network owners and operators. […]

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Screenly’s Raspberry Pi-Powered Platform Shifting To New IoT Version Of Ubuntu Linux

Ubuntu has long been one of, if not the, go-to variants of the Linux operating system for digital signage media players, but that’s been on “real” x86  computers. Now there’s work underway to pair the new Internet of Things-focused version of the open-source software with Raspberry Pi micro-PCs, and run a digital signage platform off it. […]

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16:9: Intel Releasing Ubuntu Linux Compute Stick; Specs Not Encouraging

If you are a digital signage propellerhead and have been looking at the Intel Compute Stick and thinking about running one with Linux on it, it looks like that won’t work so hot. ZDnet reports that a $110 Ubuntu Linux version of the PC on a stick will go on sale next week, at least in the US, but the specs are far less than those of the Windows Compute Stick. […]

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