Organizations Can Now Share Any Content on Any Display via Software; Userful Executes on Vision of Software-based Solutions on LG webOS Signage Displays
Userful Corporation, a leading provider of video communication solutions, announced today new expanded capabilities of its Visual Networking Platform architecture. This includes enhancing the uClient app to support on-premise deployments by connecting webOS smart digital signage displays from LG Electronics to an onsite server for more demanding display applications.
With this announcement, an onsite PC or server loaded with Userful On-Premise software can now connect over the network directly to smart displays deployed with the uClient app with no additional hardware required and in real time. Userful On-Premise with uClient is the first platform to stream live or interactive content directly to smart displays in real time, on any display. Userful On-Premise enables organizations to optimize interactivity through advanced layout management, such as picture-in-picture, multi-window, and command and control, making it the ideal solution when operating demanding real-time content.
Until recently, video walls and other advanced display applications have relied on media players, thin clients, cables, extenders and other hardware. Earlier this year Userful changed that with Userful Cloud, a hardware-free video wall that uses Userful’s uClient app to connect to LG webOS Signage displays. Today, Userful has extended its product and innovation leadership, and executed on its vision of replacing hardware with more reliable, stronger performing and less expensive software-based solutions.
“The integration of Userful’s On-Premise and LG’s webOS Signage platforms provides a compelling solution for video communications across the enterprise, bringing a new level of flexibility and effectiveness by eliminating unnecessary hardware,” says Clark Brown, Vice President, Digital Signage, LG Business Solutions.
“Organizations need the power of Userful On-Premise when managing advanced video communications that require interactivity or a large number of sources,” said John Marshall, Userful’s Chief Executive Officer. “The support of uClient on smart displays such as LG’s for Userful On-Premise makes those deployments more cost effective by eliminating additional hardware, and also streamlines support and maintenance. By continuing to reduce the amount of hardware required, Userful continues to reduce TCO.”
For more information visit: https://www.userful.com/products/on-premise
Userful will provide demonstrations of Userful On-Premise running directly to smart displays with uClient, and of its complete Visual Networking Platform at InfoComm, booth #2548, June 12-14, 2019 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. To set up a personalized demo at InfoComm, visit here.
Userful, a leading developer of software for visual display solutions, enables organizations to improve productivity and competitiveness by using its server-centric architecture for video deployments. Userful’s solutions facilitate centralized video management, increase display functionality and reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) by leveraging compute to replace costly hardware. Organizations in just about every industry—from transportation to telecommunications, from healthcare to hospitality—in more than 100 countries have deployed Userful to drive intelligent displays from video walls to digital signs to locked down kiosks and beyond.