iBASE’s new SI-614 7th Gen Intel Core digital signage players

Backplane Systems Technology introduces iBASE’s new SI-614 7th Gen Intel
Core desktop processor-based digital signage player featuring Nvidia MXM or AMD
Radeon graphics and four video outputs.

The SI-614 digital signage player is based on 7th Gen Intel Core desktop
processors and supports NVIDIA MXM GeForce GTX 10 Series graphics cards that deliver
amazing speed, power efficiency, and three times the performance of
previous-generation graphics cards.

Designed for digital signage applications within the hospitality, retail,
and education sectors, the SI-614 digital signage player empowers
establishments to connect and communicate with their guests, customers, and
audience, to reliably deliver high-quality live video and digital signage
content. The standard SI-614 signage player is powered by a 7th Gen Intel Core
i5-7500 processor, with an NVIDIA MXM NV1050 graphics card integrated with 4GB
GDDR5 128-bit memory, 16GB DDR4 memory, and a 128GB 2.5-inch SSD storage

Key features of IBASE’s SI-614 digital signage players include option to
choose the type of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 Series graphics card to enable
flexible deployment based on specific user requirements, including the GTX 1080
8GD5x, GRX 1070 8GD5, GTX 1060 6GD5, GTX 1050TI-LN 4GD5, GTX 1050-LN 4GD5, and
GT1030 2GD5; four DisplayPort video output connectors to support four
independent displays — four displays each supporting 4K@60Hz, or just one
display with 8K@60 resolution; and display option for four displays with 2×2 VW
setting or just one single display with 8K super-high-definition image/video
(based on GTX 1080 8GD5x).

Measuring 256mm (W) x 160mm (D) x 69mm (H), the compact and rugged SI-614
can be installed with the standard system bracket. The model SI-614M comes with
a system motherboard and 270W power adaptor, but without processor or graphics

For further information, please visit the Backplane Systems Technology
website www.backplane.com.au or call
(02) 9457 6400.

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