PRLog – Jan. 18, 2015 – Innovative digital signage solution provider Monitors Anywhere has announced it is to unveil the new version release of its Monitors AnyWhere solution at London’s education technologies trade show BETT2015.
Users of digital signage solutions often find many of the infrastructures on the market unnecessarily complicated as well as being priced beyond their means. The Monitors AnyWhere solution uses a HDMI over LAN zero client technology to provide them with a simpler, greener, less expensive alternative, which requires only a single computer, together with one zero client per monitor in order to control all their digital displays. These benefits have made the original Monitors AnyWhere release a popular choice for educational environments, as well as proving to be the ideal solution within a range of other environments, including healthcare, hospitality and corporate communications.
The new version release, Monitors AnyWhere v2, incorporates exciting new features, including the ability to control and monitor up to twenty digital signage channels across a wired or wireless LAN (Local Area Network) from a single workstation. Visitors to the show will also be able to see demonstrations of Monitors AnyWhere’s powerful new Video Wall capabilities.
Monitors AnyWhere’s Product Manager Roy Tal believes that Monitors AnyWhere v2 offers educational establishments greater benefits than ever before. He said: “The new version includes many new features which makes it super easy for Universities, Colleges and schools to use our software to implement digital signage in their venues.”
Visitors to BETT2015 can learn more about Monitors AnyWhere by visiting representatives from the company who will be there to welcome them and answer their questions at booth number C512 throughout the event, which runs from Wednesday 21 to Saturday 24 January 2015 at ExCeL London.
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