Tripleplay unveils 4K digital signage capability

Steve Rickless

Steve Rickless

Digital TV specialist Tripleplay has developed a solution that uses technology hardware from media player specialist Shuttle to enable users to add 4k to digital signage deployments through the Shuttle DS81 4K product.

“While 4k is not yet a mainstream requirement it is widely acknowledged that many businesses will demand the improved quality it can provide for large format display deployments,” comments Tripleplay CEO, Steve Rickless. “We have taken our time to weigh up options ensuring that when we go to market we have a genuine 4k solution that can be deployed in a cost-effective, low bandwidth impact manner.”

Tripleplay solutions are also available in 720p and 1080p using the Amino STB range.

The likes of Sky Italia, the European Satellite Operators Association, BBC Worldwide and more will be contributing to the content stream, ‘Distributing 4K Content: The Future of Broadcasting’ at this year’s TV Connect (28th – 30th April 2015 ExCel, London). Click here for to see the full line-up.


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