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signagelive logoSignagelive, a global provider of cloud-based digital signage solutions, will be exhibiting at Screen Media Expo 2012, on stand E33 (16th -17th May, Earls Court, London). The company will be demonstrating its cloud-based digital signage service, and explaining its disruptive business model: 100% transparency on pricing, monthly ‘pay as you use’ commercial terms, openness on content creation platforms, and total device agnosticism.

Jason Cremins, Signagelive ceo says: “We are providing leadership, openness and transparency in our pricing and technology. We feel that it’s in the interest of our channel partners to identify the needs of their clients and provide them the widest support of devices for their solutions, at the most cost effective price.”

The company supports a wide de range of devices, in 42 languages, from non-PC digital signage hardware, such as the IAdea products; to mobile phones, tablets, kiosks and screen savers.

At Screen Media Expo, Signagelive will be showing the much-celebrated DOOHLoo. This waterless urinal from MOOH Group, incorporates at the top of the urinal an IAdea 7” SMIL LCD screen device powered by the Signagelive Virtual Player.

Signagelive is working closely with BrightSign, manufacturer of solid-state, full-HD digital sign and kiosk controllers. The company is offering full support for the new HD-220 networked device, available for £500+VAT MSRP inclusive of a three-year ‘Signagelive BrightSign Standard Edition’ licence, support and updates. The special bundle will be in operation on Signagelive’s E33 stand. Other networked media players from BrightSign, such as the HD210, are also supported and can be trialed for free at Signagelive’s website.

The Nexcom NDIS-125L, preloaded with Signagelive Display Edition, will be also showcased at the expo. The solution offers multi-zone support incorporating Broadcast and IPTV, ideal for corporate applications. Nexcom NDIS-125L incorporates an Intel Atom Dual Core D525 processor and Nvidia ION2 graphics chipset and is available globally from Signagelive distributors.

Finally, for the first time ever, visitors to Screen Media Expo 2012 will see firsthand Signagelive OpenSplash player which supports; images, video, flash, HTML5 and all the scheduling and monitoring capabilities available within the Signagelive platform.

“With OpenSplash supporting Linux, iOS and Android in addition to Windows, expect to see a new range of cost-effective Signagelive-powered devices over the coming months.” concludes Cremins

About Signagelive

Based in Saffron Walden, UK, Signagelive is a private company and a world leader in cloud-powered media delivery solutions, providing a platform that runs even the largest retail networks reliably, efficiently and cost effectively. Signagelive customers are assured of solutions that are relentlessly current, nimble, well supported, open, easy to use, and truly affordable. Signagelive wins awards and repeat customers by leading the sector in the adoption of new technologies and standards like SMIL, HTML5, Media RSS, social media and mobile, and extending the medium to corporate desktops and IPTV.

For further information contact:

Jason Cremins
direct: +44 (0) 1799 533 471
mobile: +44 (0) 7966 279 018
office: +44 (0) 845 458 3705
email: jason [at]

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Source: signagelive

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