Media Players, Explained: May 30th Webinar

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David Keene - “Media Players: Good, Better, Best– Why we need them all.” We’ve written about Media Players in Digital Signage magazine, but in the May 30th webinar, you’ll get the perspective of a company that sells them– not one brand or line, but a variety of offerings. So you’ll get a rare chance to hear from experts on how to sort ‘em out.

Find out why we need them all on May 30th, at 2:00 pm EDT, for an interactive webcast that will cover the following:

• Benefits and differences in consumer grade players versus embedded solutions
• Why leveraging a large eco system of suppliers makes your job easier
• How Microsoft Windows Embedded ensures for quicker and more secure signage deployments
• Quick update from Intel on OPS, the role and significance they see being played by integrated solutions moving forward to help address the historical fragmentation of the DS market

Join Digital Signage Magazine and Arrow Electronics, on May 30th at 2:00 PM EST for this FREE webinar. Register here:

Click here to Register, no charge

Presenters:

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• Scott Silverstein
Corporate Supplier Manager
Arrow Electronics

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• John Coyne

Sr. Partner Technology Manager
Microsoft

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• Ravi Sirigineedi
North America Visual Retail Marketing Manager

Intel Retail Solutions

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