Oct 13 2013, 3:13am CDT | by PR.com
Taipei, Taiwan, October 13, 2013 --(PR.com)-- At the trade mission, CAYIN will thoroughly introduce its professional digital signage solutions as the result of its long-term global experience. CAYIN will also showcase two digital signage player models: SMP-WEB4, a web-based digital signage player, and SMP-WEBDUO, a dual display web-based digital signage player.
Both of the models can support high-quality multimedia, High Definition video playback, integration with touch screen or mobile devices, remotely central scheduling, and integration with 3G, GPS, and Google Maps. Moreover, the embedded technology in CAYIN’s digital signage player can reduce power consumption and further achieve environment-friendly purposes. Furthermore, compared with personal computers, CAYIN’s player is more suitable for local weather conditions.
CAYIN has always focused on business cultivation in the Middle East market and has also successfully helped many regional corporations and organizations with its digital signage solutions. CAYIN believes that the road show to Middle Eastern countries including Kuwait, Jordan, Bahrain, Qatar, and Iraq will be a great opportunity to meet the needs of existing and potential customers in the said region.
Ravel Chi, Vice President of CAYIN Technology, said, “We look forward to building close business partnerships in the ME areas.” To provide customers with the ingenious new media solutions, CAYIN’s professional R&D team is currently concentrating on new product development and looking forward to launching new hardware and software in the near future. CAYIN sincerely welcomes you to visit us at the 2013 Taiwan Trade Mission to the Middle East. For more detailed information, please check: http://www.linkedin.com/company/cayin-technology
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