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WRT Issues Ronin Cast 2.2 System

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Wireless Ronin Technologies (WRT) is issuing RoninCast 2.2. In this version, increased functionality and ease-of-use have been integrated to provide a more powerful, intuitive, and flexible digital signage system. RoninCast powers digital signage solutions for casinos, restaurants, convention centers, retail locations and outdoor venues. RoninCast 2.2 builds upon this solid foundation. This release features enhanced user productivity through a simpler interface and increased control. This is demonstrated through new features such as the Schedule Builder, Zone Builder and expanded playlist options. Additionally, extended media support and enhanced system security have been integrated into the system.

Key new features include: Schedule Builder—the redesigned interface allows for more precise control over the scheduling and distribution of content. A clear example of this is the implementation of an advanced graphical timeline. Zone Builder—this provides users the option to divide screens into separate zones which can each play content independent of the other zones. Zones allow the creation of new, unique screen layouts utilizing existing content. Playlist Options—files can now have individual options associated with them including customized lengths, percentage of play-time in a randomized list, and supporting data (e.g. XML data); Extended Media Support— RoninCast provides additional flexibility through the support of BMPs, JPEGs, MPEGs, WAVs and MP3s. Enhanced System Security—the already secure RoninCast system has been augmented with encrypted communication above and beyond network dependence.

For more information, visit www.wirelessronin.com.


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