Mvix Digital Signage Enhances Communication at Eastern Kentucky University | State

Rain ending this morning. Remaining cloudy. High around 55F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 90%.. STERLING, Va., Feb. 25, 2020 /PRNewswire/ – Mvix, a leading provider of turnkey digital signage solutions with free content-rich software, has implemented digital signage at Eastern Kentucky University.  Founded in 1906, the university has six colleges and offers more than 40 undergraduate and graduate degrees. The campus sits on 675 acres and has a total undergraduate enrollment of 13,399.  The school’s digital signage network is spread amongst six health sciences buildings and is powered by the Mvix software to display announcements, event listings, and building directories.  Eastern Kentucky University was looking for a way to streamline its communication and effectively communicate with students and staff. Eastern Kentucky University implemented nine screens within six of its College of Health Science buildings. These digital signs streamlined and modernized the university’s communication strategy. “Mvix provided an innovative way to bring solidarity to our college. The adaptable features of their digital signage platform made it easy to create ...

ComiQi Inc. and its parent company AUO have recently launched an all-in-one digital signage solution combining

ComiQi Inc. and its parent company AUO have recently launched an all-in-one digital signage solution combining Intel Smart Display Module architecture to place a media player inside an AUO commercial LCD display. The solution comes with two models, each of which can handle displays that measure 42 and 44-inch diagonal and video wall displays sized at 46 and 55-inches diagonal, according to a press release. Both models run on the Ubuntu Linux operating system and are compatible with ComQi’s EnGage content management platform. With the Intel architecture, the modules only need a single power cord, according to the release. “One of the key technical benefits of our approach is that end-users who want to use smart displays are not restricted to the power and capabilities of whatever system on chip media processor the screen manufacturer has used in that year’s product line-up,” Greg Galvin SVP of technology and solutions, ComQi, said in the release. “By using Intel SDM modules and AUO displays, customers can use a general-purpose compute that will do most jobs very well, and for those screens and tasks that have high-resolution graphic demands, they can...