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Digital Signage Expert Recommends IAdea

Jeff Porter

Digital signage industry expert Jeff Porter recommends IAdea in his latest contributed article on the Digital Signage Resource Directory. The issue focuses on digital signage applications on the college campus. Jeff writes:

Android devices are becoming more powerful and more popular as well as digital signage players.  Coming in at about half the price of a NUC, these second generation quad core Android players can do a lot. One of my favorites is from IAdea since they support a wide variety of software platforms.

IAdea Signboard in Leading Supermarket?

Digital signboard on retail shelf

An industry friend passed us a link to the following graphics, which he believes looked exactly like an IAdea digital signboard at work. We'll let you be the judge of that.

Market Leaders Celebrate Record-setting Wins with Latest IAdea Innovation

Matrox, Scala, Signgelive, YCD, DISE

Irvine, California and Taipei, Taiwan (February 3, 2014) – IAdea, the global digital signage media appliance and digital signboard maker, gains significant market traction with thousands of its newest digital signage devices sold during just the first few weeks of 2014. A slew of announcements are coming from well-known market leaders including Matrox, Scala, Signagelive, YCD Multimedia, and DISE.

Dual-Display Signboards Help IAdea and Scala Win Record-setting Project

Dual-display feature

Irvine, CA. and Exton, PA. (February 3, 2014) – An innovative new feature added to IAdea’s latest line of Android-based digital signboards helped IAdea and Scala win a record-setting 7,500-unit project. The solution will be demonstrated at Scala’s booth K182 in Hall 8 at the Integrated Systems Europe show, Feb 4-6 at Amsterdam, and at booth #736 at the Digital Signage Expo, Feb 12-13, Sands Expo, Las Vegas.

"Just Digital Signage" (JDS) Wins Digital Menuboard Deployment with IAdea Players

New Fasta Pasta restaurant features digital menu boards from Just Digital Signage

Aeris Solutions of Australia has just announced the success of deploying IAdea XMP-3250 media appliances at the new Fasta Pasta restaurants.

Increase Retail Store Revenue with Digital Signage

Boux Avenue - Storefront

The retail store today faces unprecedented challenge from online competition. Physical stores must understand and take advantage of its strength to offer more than the virtual store in the cloud. Digital signage offers just the right tool to make the difference.

Fast Company offers highly useful advices in 7 Steps For Creating Disruptive New Retail Experiences, highlighting:

IAdea Replaces Prints at Westfield Malls

Aeris Digital Poster

IAdea's partner Just Digital Signage has installed digital posters at the high-profile Westfield stores in Sydney, Bondi Junction and Carindale.

The story is reported by DailyDOOH. The software used in the deployment is made by our partner signagelive. The screens are designed to replace traditional printed posters.

$149 HD player from SignChannel


IAdea partner SignChannel is running a record-setting program featuring a $149 WiFi HD player.

The price is only available when you order the player with a 2-year contract.

This offer practically brings the mobile phone business model into the digital signage world. We believe this sets a precedent that many software-as-a-service vendors will soon start following.

IAdea Signboard Highlighted at Scala Partner Conference

Scala 2011 EMEA Conference - Boux Avenue - 01

During Scala's recent EMEA Partner Conference, a case study was presented on a creative application of IAdea's XDS-104 signboards.

The end user of the case study is Boux Avenue, a new lingerie chain store by the British entrepreneur Theo Pathitis.

The session was hosted by Damon Crowhurst, Scala's Senior Director, EMEA, who is shown in the photo graph at the event.

Timberland Tells a Great Story of Why HTML5 Works

Timberland logo

HTML5 is definitely gaining momentum in the digital signage industry. A recent video (shown below and on Vimeo) on the Timberland store concept tells an exciting tale, featuring an "open source, cloud-based, HTML5-based information system."

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