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List of OPS Screens and Digital Signage Players

Posted: August 28, 2012 at 11:30 am   /   by   /   comments (1)

In the previous article, we talked about Intel’s OPS (Open Pluggable Specification) and how screen and digital signage player manufacturers are fast adopting this technology.

The main advantages of OPS:[fancylist]

  • is that you don’t need to extend video signal from the player to a screen that is far away by using expensive extenders.
  • future-proof the technology since players and screens can be upgraded independently
  • allow manufacturers to deply interchange systems faster and in higher volumens
  • lower the costs for development and implementation

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We decided to help the digital signage community by compiling a list of OPS digital signage players and screens. At the moment it’s not comprehensive but we hope to update this on a regular basis.

LIST OF OPS DIGITAL SIGNAGE PLAYERS

Company Product Code Specs Image
Advantech ARK-DS220 Integrated NVIDIA GT218 (ION2) graphic module for Full HD playback
Designed compliant with OPS (Open Pluggable Standard)
Embedded Intel® Atom™ D525 dual-core (fan-based) or Intel® Atom™ N455 single-core processor (fanless)
Supports HDMI, DP, UART, and USB2.0 via JAE 80-pin connector
Slot-in integration, easy maintenance
Supports , SUSIAccess and Embedded Software APIs
 Winmate OMIC-OPS Processor: Intel Core i5 520E(SV)/i3 330E(optional) Processor
BIOS : AMI 8MB SPI BIOS
System Chipset : Intel QM57 Express Chipset
System Memory : SO-DIMM DDR3-1066MT/s, up to 1x4GB
Optional MSO PRO software
NEC  N8000-8830 Windows Standard 7 Embedded
2.4 GHz Intel Core i5 520E
Intel QM57
4GB DDR3
320GB
External DisplayPort
Sterero Mini-Jack
External DisplayPort, Stereo Mini-Jack
Gigabit Ethernet
USB 2.0 x 2
1080p, MPEG/2, H.264, WM9
JPEG, BMP, TIFF, GIFF
HTML, Flash, Javascript
MP3, PCM, AAC
 
Axiomtek OPS860 Intel® Open Pluggable Specification (OPS) compliance
Supports 2nd generation Intel® Core™ i7/ i5/ i3 processor (optional) (Sandy Bridge)
Supports Intel® AMT (Active Management Technology) 7.0
Easy maintenance: pluggable HDD and easy-to-change DRAM
Supports VGA connector
 
Nexcom NDiS OPS-M50 Embedded Intel® Core™ i5-2515E Dual Core processor
Intel® HD integrated graphics 3000
Designed compliant with open pluggable standard
COM Express architecture, easy scalability
Slot-in integration, easy maintenance
Supports HDMI, DP, UART, and USB2.0 via JAE 80-pin connector
TV tuner/ WLAN support
iNDS  iS-1620  Intel HD Graphics with Full HD video decoding capability
Support Full HD (1080p) video playback
Support Flash and WEB content display
Supports DisplayPort, HDMI, UART, USB2.0
Support SLIM 3.0 by W3C
Optional WiFi capability, reduce the installation cost
Support scheduled power on/off
 
Kontron KOPS800 Processor and Chipset 3rd generation Intel® Core™ processor, choice of:Dual-core Intel® Core™ i5-3610ME processor at 2.7 GHz
Dual-core Intel® Core™ i7-3517UE processor at 1.7 GHz
Mobile Intel® QM77 Express chipset with integrated graphics support
System Memory Dual channel DDR3-1600 up to 16GB non-ECC on BGA, 2 SO-DIMM Sockets
(populated 2x 4GB DDR3 by default)
Graphics Intel® HD Graphics 4000
Integrated Storage 80GB mSATA hard drive
Display Interfaces 1x HDMI/DVI
1x Display Port (via the OPS connector)
(Optional DisplayPort for third monitor)
Audio Audio Line-In/Line-out accessible on the front panel
Network Network RJ45 LAN connection on front panel
10/100/1000 Ethernet
I/O 2x USB 2.0 ports and 1x USB 3.0 (rear panel)
2x USB 3.0 ports (front panel)
1x COM RX & TX only port (rear panel)
Power and System Management 12VDC IN power supply

 

LIST OF OPS SCREEN MANUFACTURERS

Screen Manufacturer Screen Size Image
Winmate  21.5, 24, 32, 42, 46  
Mitsubishi  42, 52, 55, 65  
 NEC  40, 46, 55  

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  • September 13, 2012 at 1:00 pm EZY

    Thank you for those who contacted us to update the list. We have included the following two OPS devices: Kontron and iNDS.

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