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Introducing the BrightSign Built-In SOC Platform: Cost-Effective Solutions with Integrated BrightSign OS

BrightSign, a the provider of digital signage solutions, made significant announcements and showcased innovations at ISE 2024 this week. Among the highlights were the introduction of the BrightSign Built-In SOC platform and the promotion of their multi-output device, alongside the formal launch of the BrightSign Alliance program.

The BrightSign Built-In SOC platform introduces an entry-level, cost-effective solution with the renowned BrightSign OS integrated, providing customers across various verticals with an all-in-one solution. This platform ranges from 7-inch to 75-inch displays and includes partnerships with leading manufacturers such as TCL Mocha, offering competitive pricing without compromising on quality.

Additionally, BrightSign continues to champion innovation with the XC multi-output device, catering to customers requiring advanced processing power for interactive experiences and high-definition video walls. The XC offers versatility with options for single 8K, quad 4K, or dual 4K outputs, ensuring seamless integration with BrightSign’s CMS Partners.

The launch of the BrightSign Alliance program formalizes the company’s commitment to collaboration and support for its CMS Partners. By providing structure and alignment, BrightSign aims to enhance the customer experience through seamless integration, streamlined support, and superior service.

“BrightSign is dedicated to empowering our partners and customers with cutting-edge solutions and unparalleled support,” said Misty Chalk at BrightSign. “Our latest announcements at ISE 2024 underscore our commitment to innovation, collaboration, and customer satisfaction.”

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