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Digital Signage Management Software meets large network needs.

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December 11, 2012 - Used for creating, scheduling, distributing, displaying, and monitoring digital signage deployments, Sharp Digital Signage Software (SDSS) Pro provides interface through which users can manage up to 1,000 screens and distribute to remote screens without fixed IP addresses. Solution supports pull distribution and also enables programs to be distributed via network or USB to one or multiple PCs for display on LCD monitors according to set schedule.

Sharp Electronics Corporation / Computer Products Division

Sharp Plaza, Mahwah, NJ, 07430, USA

Original Press Release

Sharp Introduces New Digital Signage Software Solution for Managing Large Networks

Press release date: December 5, 2012

Sharp Digital Signage Software (SDSS) Pro Boasts New Interface Capable of Managing up to 1,000 Screens

MAHWAH, N.J. -- Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America (SIICA), a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation, today announced the release of SDSS Pro, the latest addition to its family of Sharp Digital Signage Software (SDSS) products.  SDSS Pro is designed to meet the needs of large networks with a new interface capable of managing up to 1,000 screens and distributing to remote screens without fixed IP addresses.

"We are dedicated to providing high quality, advanced technologies, which allow Sharp professional display dealers and distributors to better grow their businesses and serve their customers," said Mike Marusic, Senior Vice President, Marketing and Business Solutions Group, Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America.  "This latest addition to the SDSS product family is a great enhancement to any Sharp digital display system and allows for a greater range of flexibility in managing large networks."

SDSS Pro joins the product family which includes SDSS Stand Alone, SDSS Network and SDSS Viewer. The Stand Alone version allows users to create programs, timetables and schedules for distribution on the same PC or via USB, while the Network version allows for distribution via network for up to 100 screens.  If distributing to different PCs, the Viewer is required at each target PC.  

MSRP for SDSS Pro (PN-SS05) is $7,195. Please contact your Authorized Sharp Dealer for complete product information and pricing.

Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America is a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation, the U.S. sales and marketing subsidiary of Sharp Corporation, Osaka, Japan.  For more information about the complete line of Sharp Professional Display Products, contact Sharp Electronics Corporation, Sharp Plaza, Mahwah, N.J., 07495-1163. For online product information, visit www.sharpusa.com/monitors.

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About Sharp Electronics Corporation
Sharp is the #1 selling brand of Large Format (60"+) Commercial LCD displays in the USA through B2B sales outlets*. Sharp's professional and commercial displays are specially engineered for business applications and are offered in a wide range of sizes. From high-impact displays for digital signage, to our award-winning ultra-thin bezel video walls, to the innovative AQUOS BOARD(TM) interactive display systems, Sharp products help you communicate, collaborate, and disseminate information brilliantly.

Sharp Electronics Corporation is the U.S. subsidiary of Japan's Sharp Corporation. Celebrating its 100th year, Sharp is a worldwide developer of one-of-a-kind home entertainment products, appliances, networked multifunctional office solutions, solar energy solutions, LED lighting, and mobile communication and information tools.

*DisplaySearch Monthly Large format Commercial Display Report, July 2012

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