Based on the Intel Core i7 processor architecture
Kontron has introduced KOPS800, a new open pluggable specification (OPS) compliant modular application designed to make digital signage applications.
KOPS800 is based on the OPS specification created by Intel to help standardise the design and development of digital signage applications that use LCD, touch screens or projector display technologies.
The real-time information attainable from the pre-validated content creation and content management software supported by the Kontron KOPS800 gives companies access to actionable business data. The platform can be docked into any OPS-compliant display.
KOPS800 system includes Kontron COMe-bSC6, which delivers a Computer-on-Module (COM) application that provides high-end graphics and display support features.
The system integrates the 2nd generation Intel core processors (up to 2x 2.7GHz), and is pre-validated for use with a Microsoft Windows Embedded OS and Intel Audience Impression Metric (Intel AIM Suite) technology based on Anonymous Viewer Analytics (AVA) software.
Based on the Intel Core i7 processor architecture and the Intel 6 Series HM65 /QM67 chipset, it features several externally accessible I/O including Gigabit Ethernet RJ-45, two USB 3.0 ports, a HDMI connector and audio jack.
The new release also supports OPS JAE interconnect I/O such as HDMI, DisplayPort and USB 2.0 and 3.0.
For added security, it supports Intel vPro with Intel Active Management Technology and features 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi for wireless connectivity.
It also offers up to 8GB of dual channel DDR3-1600 non-ECC system memory and 80GB mSATA HD integrated storage.