The View Media 100 digital signage player requires a SaaS or server in order to run a digital signage network. SaaS is hosted on a cloud, allowing for you to access your digital signage network via the Internet. SaaS allows for centralized management from one location. A server, however, is both a hardware and software solution with the same management functions as SaaS. Servers are crucial for corporations that rely on security and carry sensitive information. In addition, using a server is ideal if Internet connection and downloads are internal and communication is local via an on-premise based solution.
The View Media 100 is one of UCView's most stable and secure digital signage player. It consists of professional innovations such as energy efficient technologies and three flexible form factors designed to fit your specific digital signage needs. With its revolutionary new architecture and power that will redefine media playing, the View Media digital signage player helps you accomplish more with every minute of your time and every dollar of your investment.
The latest technology and the performance you expect from a leading commercial PC featuring an Intel Skylake 65W Core i-series and Celeron processor.
Superior manageability features: Combining technologies from UCView, Remote Access, and Intel, the View Media provides digital signage managers a full range of remote management capabilities which lower maintenance costs and protects digital signage assets.
HDTV Technology: The View Media 100 also has the ability to provide high-definition technology. By request, the View Media 100 can be fitted with an AVerMedia capture card and include an HDMI and AV composite port. This feature will enable your digital signage player to display high-definition television for your viewers.
Operating System Support: Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Linux
Supports Windows Network, including Active Directory or any Windows Network Environment, such as VPN, VLAN, etc.
UCView is a Windows Native . NET application
All communication between UCView application and the UCView server is done over Port 80. All other ports can be blocked.
Anti-virus can be installed on a player machine, however, anti-virus can affect player's performance while it's running.
|See Detailed Specs||US QuickSpecs »Player PDF|
|Dimensions||9.5 x 7.8 x 2.8 inches|
|Processor||Intel Skylake 65W Core i-series and Celeron Processor|
|Memory||Installed: 2GB SoDimm DDR3 Capacity: 16GB SoDimm DDR3|
|Operating System||Windows 7/ Windows 8.1/ Windows 10/ Linux|
|Network||Intel i219LM 10Mb/100Mb/1Gb/s operation|
|Supports Wake-on LAN function|
|Storage||SATA 6.0Gb/s interface|
|Video Output||2 x Display Ports, 1 x HDMI Port|
|Input/Output||Front: 2 x 2.0 USB, 2 x 3.0 USB Back: RJ45 Gigabit LAN Port, 1 x RS232, 2 x 2.0 USB, 2 x 3.0 USB|
|Warranty - year(s) (parts/labor)||3/3/3|
|Microsoft Windows Media||WMV|
|Flash Macromedia||Flash FLV|
|MPEG layer||MPEG 1|
|MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3||MP3|
|Windows Media Audio||WMA|
|Audio for Windows||wav|