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Last week at the Screenmedia Expo Europe 2010 in London, Intel® and Microsoft announced the commercial availability of their joint platform for Digital Signage media players, and the availability of the Digital Signage Evaluation Kit (DSEK-10). The DSEK is a reference platform that is designed to help digital signage developers quickly prototype and develop digital signage solutions. The DSEK is based on an Intel® Core i5-based reference design and Windows Embedded Standard 7 OS.
The device itself is made up of:
As you can see, it’s quite a bit of power tucked into a small form factor device. What this gives you is the power to drive extremely rich user experiences (like this one) while also delivering a small enough size and high reliability to be practical for Digital Signs.
From the Windows Embedded side, the device comes pre-installed with a Standard 7 OS that simply boots up into an application that talks a bit about the DSEK device. We also include an evaluation copy of the Standard 7 OS toolkit so that you can immediately start building your own OS customized for your digital signage applications.
Some features that Standard 7 brings to the table that are especially helpful for digital signage include:
The DSEK-10 kit is available for order now from Winmate by visiting this address: http://www.winmate.com.tw/DigitalSignage/DSEK-10.htm
Go forth and build your digital signage solutions on this great hardware from Intel® and OS from the Windows Embedded team!
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