Backplane Systems Technology Presents iBase’s SI-654-N Digital Signage Player

Backplane Systems Technology is proud to present iBase’s SI-654-N, which is a fanless 8K digital signage player powered by Intel’s latest 11th Gen Intel® Core™ U-Series processors (formerly Tiger Lake) manufactured with Intel’s 10nm SuperFin transistor that achieves up to 17.5% performance uplift and significantly higher clock speeds at lower power compared to the original 10nm. The compact SI-654-N can be easily installed in space-constraint environments. It houses four HDMI 2.0 connections to deliver up to 1x 8K display or 4x 4K displays, performing a vivid 8K resolution and ensuring a truly immersive audience’s viewing experience.

Mainly designed for digital signage in busy places where there is a constant demand for practical information, the SI-654-N features HDMI-CEC control, display status monitoring, flexible video wall configurations, and hardware EDID emulation that prevents distorted or black screens due to display and cable connection issues. The industrial-grade SI-654-N is perfectly suited for video wall solutions in airports, shopping malls, and other commercial premises that require reliable 24/7 operation.

For the deployment of high computing performance signage, the model SI-654 with a cooling fan is also available. Both players support TPM 2.0 for optimal cyber security and vPro for easy remote monitoring and management.

Key Features:
 iSMART Intelligent Energy-Saving Technology with Power on/off Scheduling and Power Resume Functions
 11th Gen Intel® Core™ U-Series Processor
 4x HDMI 2.0 with Independent Audio Output
 Built-In Hardware EDID Emulation Function
 HDMI-CEC and Display Monitoring Functions
 2x DDR4-3200 SO-DIMM, Dual Channel, Max. 64GB
 1x M.2 B-Key (3042) for 4G LTE
 1x M.2 E-key (2230) for WiFi, Bluetooth, or Capture Card Options
 TPM 2.0, vPro and Watchdog Timer
 Industrial-Grade Robust, fanless, and Compact Design

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