Ultra-Slim SI-626 Video Wall Player for Six High-Definition HDMI Displays

22nd October 2018
Jacqueline Regnier


IBASE introduce the SI-626, a digital signage system based on 7th/6th Gen Intel Core mobile processors and powered by the AMD Radeon E8860 graphics GPU that leverages the advanced Graphics Core Next architecture to provide outstanding ultra-high-resolution multimedia playback across six HDMI display.

 “To produce an extreme-performance digital signage player, the SI-626 combines the processing power of the Intel Core i7-6820EQ with the supreme graphics capabilities of the AMD Radeon E8860,” said Archer Chien, Senior Manager of Solution Product Planning Dept. “The SI-626 is very slim, less than 30mm in thickness, yet it provides stable performance because of the segregated ventilation that IBASE puts into the design to protect components from dust and built-in IBASE H/W EDID emulation with remote control functionality using an IBASE utility to prevent display issues due to cable disconnection or display identification failures.”

The IBASE iCONTROL intelligent energy-saving green technology and the Observer remote monitoring technology in the SI-626 enable power efficiency through automatic power scheduling, power failure detection to reduce downtime, restoration to default state in the event of a system crash, as well as system boot up even under low ambient conditions so that users can depend on the SI-626 to deliver reliable performance even in rugged environments.

The SI-626 is ideal for video walls or multi-displays with ultra-high-resolution multimedia playback across multiple displays to capture and hold viewers’ attention like never before, in public places such as large retail stores, shopping malls, airports and train stations. The standard SI-626 comes with 16GB of DDR4 system memory, two Gigabit Ethernet and a 128GB SSD storage. Weighing 2.2kgs and measuring 290mm by 222mm by 29.9mm, it can be mounted directly without the need for additional mounting brackets.

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