inLighten's new Apollo digital signage player not only delivers a robust and feature-rich system of integrated software and hardware, it also provides superior service life and exceptional value. Thanks to its innovative design and engineering, this leading-edge player generates less heat and consumes less energy. And that means a smaller carbon footprint, lower cost of operation and longer life. All inLighten digital signage players are built to excel under the rigorous demands of continuous access and playback of video, audio and graphic files required by broadcast-quality digital signage.
When software-only vendors suggest the use of normal desktop PCs from leading consumer companies, or private-label them as alternatives, operating costs increase and productivity declines due to more frequent downtime and shortened lifespan of hardware designed for less strenuous use.
Pete® (Professional e-Tablet Environment) is the first handheld device created for corporate and institutional applications, and it's the newest addition to inLighten's family of digital communication solutions. Pete's combination of lightweight convenience, intuitive touchscreen controls and rich media playback make it an ideal resource for a variety of customer and employee communication options:
Best of all, you're in complete control of designing the Pete experience your customers and employees will have. Whether you've deployed one or many Pete units, an easy-to-use, web-based management interface enables you to upload, create, schedule and distribute dynamic content targeted to a single unit, a cluster of units or to your entire Pete network.
inLighten introduced its new Apollo™ Digital Signage product line in a contemporary presentation that encompassed many of its digital media solutions at the 2014 CUNA GAC conference. inLighten is proud to share the news that it was named "Best of Show" by the CUNA Technology Council.
"We have been an active CUNA member for 20 years and are honored to receive this award and to share it with our more than 2,000 client companies," said inLighten CEO Dan Snyder.