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Scottish uni installs digital signage

Tripleplay's server-based digital signage and IPTV has been selected by Robert Gordon University (RGU) in Aberdeen, Scotland

Posted by Dave Higgitt | November 07, 2014 | HVAC & lighting

Implemented by Tripleplay authorised reseller Scotia UK, the centrally managed system will service multiple campuses via the university’s LAN and WAN, and will incorporate clustered fail over servers to protect against downtime and ensure service.

Whilst the solution will be centrally managed and monitored, there will also be an element of control distributed to university departments where the screens will be located, maximising the potential for relevant and up-to-date content.

Tripleplay’s sales manager, Tim Hoddy, said: “RGU has really grasped the technology, understanding the IT, AV and departmental user needs of the system. Owing to this we have seen a digital signage and IPTV solution deployed that has great scope to provide an excellent service now but with plenty of flexibility and scope to build on it and develop it in the future. Scotia has served the customer incredibly well and we look forward to strengthening this partnership in the near future.”

Tripleplay’s TripleSign digital signage and TripleTV IPTV solution has been deployed across more than 50 screens at the university.

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