The rise of remote working has created an unprecedented communications challenge for global companies. Understanding this, Piksel, a global provider of video monetization software and services recently unveiled its new Digital Signage platform DS4 in Europe.
Officials said that Piksel's DS4 solution helps global organizations to deliver information to their workforce instantly.
Available as a Software-as-a-Service or as an on premise platform, Piksel's DS4 solution is an end-to-end digital signage offering that enables organizations to design, manage, store and broadcast branded multimedia content.
Piksel's DS4 is capable of delivering content to a wide range of mediums including digital screens, directional signs, corporate Intranets and remote staff's Android (News - Alert) or Windows mobile devices.
The solution can be combined with Piksel's Online Video Platform to streamline the managing and publishing of media assets.
Piksel's DS4 easily integrates with existing architecture and provides a one-stop platform, which allows the delivery of live, VOD and OVP content to multiple devices.
Company officials further said that the content creation software embedded in the offering is ideal for any company interested in sharing company owned channel content to multiple end points, including the fourth screen.
In a press statement, Mark Christie, Chief Technology Officer, Piksel, said: "The flexibility of DS4 enables organizations to harness the power of video to deliver targeted corporate content to fragmented workforces, whether on local displays around the offices or on remote workers' mobile devices. The market is primed for a fully integrated solution which can deliver content to every screen, and the launch of our DS4 solution will provide European companies with the ability to make their internal communication resonate with their employee base."
Piksel demonstrated DS4 at the Internal Communication Conference on June 18th at the Museum of London Docklands, London, UK.
Earlier in April, TMCnet reported that Piksel has introduced the Piksel Palette, which is a new services-oriented architecture for the agile delivery of SaaS-based video applications.