Digital Media System
Digital Signs: At a Glance
Digital signs are a dynamic way to effectively and affordably communicate in the 21st century.
Maybe you've seen in-store monitors displaying compelling point-of-sale offers, or read the latest school news on a large LCD in the campus cafeteria. Perhaps you have learned about attractive new investments while standing in line at your bank. If so, you've experienced the power of digital signs.
With digital signs, organizations of all types can instantly deliver high-impact messages to targeted audiences using the Internet Protocol (IP) network they already have.
What are Digital Signs?
Digital signs are high-resolution monitors displaying messages, promotional offers, news updates, video, graphics, and other content. The displays are located in public areas such as stores, elevators, lobbies, bank or financial institution branches, and schools. You may also see them in offices, meeting rooms and other locations within businesses. The content is created and transmitted to displays through a networked digital signage solution.
Multiple Uses for Digital Signage
Digital signs can be used for many different purposes, including:
Who Uses Digital Signs
Many different types of organizations can benefit from digital signage, such as:
Digital Signage Solutions
Cisco Digital Signage is a component of the Cisco Digital Media System. The Cisco Digital Media System is a comprehensive suite of digital signage, desktop video, and Enterprise TV applications that are all centrally managed. You can start with one application, such as digital signage, and add other applications as needed.