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iiyama pens exclusive digital deal with nsign.tv

The Japanese professional display manufacturer iiyama has signed an exclusive agreement with Spanish start-up nsign.tv to incorporate the provider’s software into its displays.

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nsign.tv platform features will ship with all iiyama digital signage displays sizes

Under the deal, all nsign.tv platform features will ship with iiyama digital signage displays sizes, ranging from 43” to 86”.

nsign.tv is a complete Communication Platform (CPaaS) that the provider says can integrate with any digitalisation initiative through Big Data, IoT, and AI systems, allowing integrators to implement large audio-visual projects, managed from a centralised platform.

“iiyama displays are famous worldwide for their quality, reliability and durability,” nsign.tv chief executive Toni Viñals says. “They are great products to communicate with and now, with the nsign.tv platform, users will be able to reap maximum performance with minimum effort. 

“We are thrilled that iiyama displays now ship with our software and help with the democratisation of the digital signage market. Furthermore, this alliance opens the door for nsign.tv to all the markets where iiyama is present: Europe, Middle East and Japan.”

Paolo Calzetti, product manager of iiyama, adds: “Thanks to the integration with nsign.tv, our displays now boast a powerful SoC media player based on Android integrated directly in the display, allowing for their use as individual displays or as part of a bigger video wall or mega banner and giving the users a very easy tool to create unique experiences.”

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