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Tata Indicom VSAT to launch TNET Signage with Digifour Technologies

13-June-2007
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Tata Indicom VSAT to launch TNET Signage with Digifour Technologies

Tata Indicom VSAT services (TIVS) have announced the launch of TNET Signage in association with Digifour technologies in the country. The company intends to offer sophisticated dynamic digital signage to replace static signage and provide complete control in management and delivery of content to various destinations from a central point in real-time. The plan is to connect 1,000 screens across the country on the platform by current fiscal year, and 4,000 screens by December 2008.

“Today many static and digital signage solutions are available. But delivery, management and distribution of content over a large geographical spread still remain the biggest challenge. Satellite offers flexibility and control to transmit, deliver and distribute ‘real-time’ content across large networks, reducing the costs of production and transport,” said Sanjay Tari, General Manager-Strategy and Business Development, TIVS.

“The key to successfully deploy and manage dynamic digital signage solutions involves a flexible software platform that can seamlessly integrate with external electronic systems, creative display options and a robust connectivity model, added Mohammed Rafeeq, Director Strategic Planning, Digifour Technologies.

The company intends to offer tailored solutions across various verticals including banking, retail, entertainment, and public facilities such as airports, railways delivering multimedia content on monitors, plasmas and digital billboards screens.

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