France’s Telelogos Puts CMS App On Philips’ Android Smart Displays

 

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The French digital signage CMS firm Telelogos has joined the relatively small but building list of companies that have developed solutions for Philips’ new D-Line series of system on chip smart displays, which run on Android.

The Media4Display software integration with the all-in-one display series is done using an app, available from Telelogos  or at www.professionaldisplayapps.com.

“We put the D-Line screens through a rigorous testing and validation process to provide our customers with a solid solution, resulting in the release of an Android app specifically built for this range of displays. A big advantage for our customers is that, thanks to the fact that the APK file is “signed” by Philips, our integrators and customers can benefit from easy deployment and use,” says Christophe Billaud, Managing Director of Telelogos, in a news release.

Telelogos is active in the European market primarily. I talked to these guys earlier this year at ISE in Amsterdam. They are focused mainly on corporate communications and, unlike a lot of companies I see, appeared to have very deep, really good device management – which to me a is a fundamental element of a credible, scalable platform.

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