Free, Open-Source Digital Signage Platform Xibo Gets Snapped

August 2, 2019 by Dave Haynes

The free, open source digital signage platform, Xibo, is now available as something called a  snap – a universal Linux app packaging format. Snaps are …

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Screenly Releases V2 Of Raspberry Pi-Focused Digital Signage Platform

February 28, 2018 by Dave Haynes

UK-based Screenly, possibly/probably the most active developer of digital signage solutions that run on Raspberry Pis, has released the 2nd generation of its software …

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NEC Europe Partners With Screenly, Canonical On Raspberry Pi-Powered Digital Signage Displays

September 15, 2017 by Dave Haynes

The European wing of NEC – NEC Display Solutions Europe – has done a partnership that sees certain NEC pro-grade digital signage displays ship with …

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Video: Screenly, Evrything Mash Up NFC, Smartphones, Digital Signage For Retail

March 3, 2017 by Dave Haynes

Here’s an interesting little digital signage/NFC technical demo that UK-based CMS provider Screenly put together for its presence with Ubuntu and Evrything at the …

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Dell’s New IoT-Centric Rugged PC Line Includes Model Focused On Digital Signage

February 27, 2017 by Dave Haynes

I don’t really think of Dell as an industrial computing supplier, but the Texas-based PC maker has a new series of IoT-centric devices that …

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Screenly Rewrites Raspberry Pi CMS Platform; Gets IOT-Optimized On Ubuntu

February 22, 2017 by Dave Haynes

I don’t normally write about the version releases announced by CMS software companies, because no one other than the company and their customers care, …

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Webinar: Why World’s Largest Digital Signage Networks Use Linux

October 17, 2016 by Dave Haynes

On Wednesday, noon Eastern, I’m doing the third digital signage webinar in a series with Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu Linux. This one’s on …

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Webinar: Digital Signage Meets IoT, Using Raspberry Pi

May 24, 2016 by Dave Haynes

Posts on doing digital signage projects using low-cost Raspberry Pi single-board PCs continue to generate crazy amounts of traffic on this site, so I …

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