C-nario, a global provider of digital signage software solutions, today announced that the University of Deusto, one of Spain’s most prestigious universities, has selected the company’s digital signage platform, C-nario Messenger, for the university’s new digital signage networks at the Bilbao and San Sebastian campuses.
The first phase of the project, in Bilbao, has already been completed. Thirteen Samsung screens were installed campus-wide, displaying information about various events on campus, as well as information about current weather, sports and general news, emergency alerts and public safety information. The second phase is planned to begin in the near future, and it will include expansion of the digital signage network to the university’s campus in San Sebastian.
Comunitac, a Spanish provider of innovative communication products and services, is the prime contractor. The project designer and integrator is IKUSI, a global provider of communications and electronic solutions and services, and a C-nario strategic partner. AsomaTV, a Spanish provider of digital signage services, helped IKUSI with content creation. Media players were provided by AOpen, a leading small form factor (SFF) computer system manufacturer and a digital signage solution provider, and a C-nario strategic partner.
C-nario Messenger is a complete digital signage display, distribution and management software platform that provides better-than-broadcast quality playback in any shape, size and resolution. The University of Deusto project also includes C-nario’s new Media Manager, an easy-to-use Web tool that allows content uploading, management and approval via the Web. It shortens time to market, and makes the entire workflow very efficient. It also includes an automatic distribution to the selected channel/s once approved. Non-approved content is deferred until approval. Another tool used in this project is C-nario’s Playlist, which provides automated, rule-based scheduling.
“Digital signage can instantly deliver information across the campus and capture the attention of students, faculty and visitors,” said Miriam Portell, Head of Media, University of Deusto. “Digital signage is an extremely valuable and efficient communication channel, and we selected solutions from the best software and hardware vendors, C-nario and Samsung.”
“Education is one of our major strategic target markets, and we are pleased that the University of Deusto decided to use our solutions as the software infrastructure for its digital signage network,” said Tamir Ginat, C-nario’s CEO. “An increasing number of higher education institutions are becoming aware of the great benefits of digital signage, and we are well positioned to meet this growing demand.”
C-nario is an industry leader providing corporations and organizations worldwide with advanced digital signage software solutions and applications, helping them attract customers, increase revenues and enhance branding. Focused on the customer’s business needs and requirements, C-nario provides the industry’s most advanced digital signage capabilities with maximum Return-on-Investment (ROI). The company’s easy-to-use solutions are the product-of-choice of hundreds of customers, including Fortune 500 corporations, in a variety of industries: retail, banking, transportation, advertising and media, entertainment, sporting events and facilities, education, and telecom, among others. To date, the company has deployed in 40 countries through its global partners and international value-added resellers. The company has offices in the United States, Europe, and Israel. For more information about C-nario visit www.c-nario.com.