Crestron debuted its new Network Media Endpoint (NME-100) at InfoComm 2019, June 12 – 14 in Orlando. The device enables organisations to deliver consistent communications enterprise-wide via high-quality digital signage and media playback. Combined with in-room signage solutions, including AirMedia 2.0 presentation systems and the Crestron Mercury tabletop meeting and collaboration systems, Crestron has signage needs covered for every enterprise space.
“Until now, we offered only ‘lite’ signage solutions in the form of Crestron Mercury and AirMedia products integrated with Appspace. These solutions are great for ambient signage, when the room display is inactive,” said Nic Milani, Executive Director, Commercial Product Marketing at Crestron. “Now, with the NME-100 we offer a robust solution that makes it easy to add live and interactive content to a full range of spaces using powerful Appspace software.”
The NME-100 eliminates the need for programming and is ready to use right out-of-the-box, with easy provisioning and management from the cloud using the Crestron XiO Cloud. The NME-100 will be released with Appspace integration to take advantage of its powerful digital signage content creation, management, and interactive playback capabilities.
Full connectivity, easy installation
Designed to run 24/7, the NME-100 supports 1080p/60 video and features an HDMI output supporting HDCP 2.2, a TRS mini-connector for audio output, and a concealed microSD card slot for memory expansion beyond the built-in 16Gb. It ships with a handheld IR remote control, power supply, and mounting plates. The unit connects to the network via the built-in LAN interface. USB ports allow interfacing with touch-capable displays.