Why are warranties so important?

You’ve just purchased HDMI-over-IP extenders for your video wall application. You’re in the middle of setting up your system in your corporate office lobby, when you reach for your glass of water and it tips over and spills all over your new device. You frantically clean up the mess only to discover the worst – the device cannot be recovered and the product warranty does not cover accidental damage. Then, you ask yourself how you could have overlooked the warranty details. Sigh.

As we all know too well, accidents happen. Some are even out of our control. If you live in an area prone to storms, for example, a power surge could cost you hundreds or thousands of dollars in damaged equipment. That’s why it’s imperative for you to look over a product warranty before making a buying decision.

The Black Box Double Diamond™ Warranty protects Black Box-brand products* from accidental damage, including drops, water, and power surges. During the warranty period, Black Box will repair or replace your damaged equipment within one week of receipt at no charge.**

So, your water-damaged extender would be covered! And, even if your product warranty has expired, Black Box can extend the life of your equipment with repair service. We guarantee parts and labor on repairs for 90 days.

I recently learned about new warranty information for all audio/visual products. Beginning July 1, 2015, all AV products will come with a standard three-year warranty. Previously, most came with one-year warranties, some with two years, and a three-year warranty was available at an additional cost. The three-year warranty will soon be standardized across all AV products. And, some products, such as copper cables, manual switches, cabinets, and racks, are guaranteed for life!


Additionally, you can extend your warranty or protect a previously purchased Black Box-brand product** for an additional year—for only 10% of the current retail price! And when you do, we give you the second year of extended coverage free! For details, talk to a Black Box representative at 800-316-7107.

* Warranty subject to certain exclusions and limitations.
** Certain products may not be eligible.

Three networking solutions for remote HVAC control

Here’s how industrial switches, media converters, and wireless Ethernet extenders enable one person to oversee the HVAC systems of several buildings in a large apartment complex.

In this scenario, a community of apartment buildings is spread out over a five-acre campus. Each has its own boiler room in the basement to house its heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) equipment. The housing complex, while large, employs only one facilities contractor to look after the heating and cooling system. During an update of the HVAC system, the contractor wanted to make it possible for the entire system to be controlled from one central location.

1. Industrial Ethernet switches
Unlike the Ethernet switches in a wiring closet or computer center, Ethernet switches in harsh environments have to endure humidity, and temperature fluctuations. In this building automation application, Industrial Managed Gigabit Switches are used in the boiler rooms to connect and monitor the HVAC system. Encased in IP30-rated metal cases, the switches withstand extreme temperatures ranging from -40°C to +70°C and are protected from dirt and moisture. The switches also operate in a ring topology simplifying wiring and providing instantaneous failovers in case of a link break.

2. Industrial media converters
Copper cable connects the switches to the boilers, hot water tanks, HVAC, and other equipment. But a fiber backbone is used in the buildings for the range it provides and for its immunity to EMI/RFI from elevators, motors, and other building infrastructure. To make the connections, Industrial Media Converters are used to convert copper to fiber and back to copper again.

3. Wireless Ethernet extenders
To connect the Ethernet networks between the multiple apartment buildings, Wireless Ethernet Extenders are used to eliminate the cost and hassle of trenching new fiber cable between buildings. More industrial media converters are used to convert the fiber backbone to copper on each rooftop.

Each Ethernet Extender is mounted on a pole on the roof of each building, creating a “hub and spoke” arrangement, with the “hub” residing on the roof of the control room building. The configuration is simple, as the extenders are pre-configured to work with each other. Their tough, waterproof enclosures make them ideal for outdoor use.

Total control from one location.
The network provides visibility into all four buildings, enabling the facilities contractor to monitor and control the entire HVAC system via IP.

Additional Resources
White Paper: 5 Questions You Need to Ask When Choosing Wireless Ethernet Extenders
White Paper: Media Converters: The Time for Fiber is Now

ISTE 2015 Preview for Black Box Chromebook, Laptop, and Tablet Carts

ISTE 2015 is just around the corner. With over 500 exhibitors, we know how overwhelming it can be to locate the right vendor, collect data, remember key product benefits, and keep to the busy conference schedule. That’s why we put together a sneak peek of what you can expect to see at our booth #1764. It’ll save you time and keep you on track. Plus, we’ve got free, bonus resources to share with you before you head to the big event.

Digital education solutions from Black Box
We’re packing up and shipping out these top products to showcase at ISTE 2015. All of our storage solutions store, charge, and transport the most popular e-learning device. They’re built with student safety at the forefront—no pinch points, sharp corners, or launch points; and, the sturdy, 100% steel design will not tip over. Plus, they come with a lifetime guarantee on the cart/locker frame—a rarity in this industry.cart-lockers-footer

1. Universal Charging Carts
Our most popular carts for all e-learning devices—Chromebooks, iPads, laptops, netbooks, and more. They’re named “universal” because their shelving racks can adjust to accommodate changing sizes of e-learning devices. This deluxe model holds up to 36 e-learning devices in a single frame or up to 48 devices in a double frame. Choose between sliding or hinged doors, plus options like syncing, pop-up power ports, drawers, accessory shelves, and more.

Stop by the booth to see these included Universal Charging Cart features, and so much more:

  • Standard rack mounting for greater flexibility.
  • Hook-and-loop straps hold power bricks for neat cable management.
  • Easy-grip handle and quiet, free-rolling casters make maneuvering the cart a breeze.
  • Rack-mounted shelves with rolled stainless steel device slots help to prevent scratches.

2. Low-Cost Carts
The perfect charging cart for situations where price matters most—starting at less than $1,000 including shipping, lift gate service, and inside delivery costs. This standard, Low-Cost Cart model allows you to securely charge and store up to 30 devices. The one-size-fits-all shelf has slots that can accommodate a majority of devices on the market, including 14″ Chromebooks. Available assembled, unassembled, and with or without charging timers.

3. Modular Locker System
This system easily scales to charge and store from 10 to 40 e-learning devices. It allows you to start small and grow later. For example, you may only need to store and charge 10 Chromebooks now, but plan to buy more devices in the future. When you’re ready for an additional locker for more devices, simply add a locker and attach using only four screws. The Modular Locker System also offers a number of options from casters for mobility to laminate worktops and storage drawers.

B11-mistakes-guideonus: get your free evaluation checklist and guide to take with you
It’s important to take a look at this evaluation checklist when talking to charging cart vendors. The list will keep you on track to find the right digital education solution for your school’s 1:1 computing initiative. Download the evaluation checklist.

Another must-read if you’re considering purchasing carts or lockers for your e-learning devices is our guide: 11 Mistakes Schools Make When Buying Charging and Storage Carts… and How to Avoid Them. Download the free guide.

Remember to come see us and our premier partners
Find something that sparked your interest? Stop by booth #1764 for a demo. Or, call a Black Box technical specialist today at 877-877-2269.

Our premier partners will also be on location. Look for Best Buy Education, Camcor, CDW-G, GovConnection, Howard Technology Solutions, Insight, Promevo, SHI, and Zones – they’ll be standing by ready to talk about Black Box charging carts and lockers.

School District Stores and Charges Chromebooks with Durable Charging Carts [Case Study]

1:1 computing device programs continue to gain popularity in schools worldwide. E-learning computing devices such as iPads, Chromebooks, tablets, and laptops have helped to engage students, improve technology skills and collaboration, encourage blended learning, and assert cost savings in other areas such as textbooks and paperwork.

Find out how a midsized, suburban school district located in aCharting-Carts-Education suburb of Pittsburgh found a cost effective solution protect its 1:1 computing investment.

Read the case study: Bethel Park School District Invests in 1:1 Technology Initiative with Black Box

Need help planning your solution for Chromebook storage and charging?

Black Box offers affordable Chromebook charging carts and locker options. To learn more about cost-effective solutions for your 1:1 initiative, contact a Black Box education specialist at 800-355-8004, or comment below.

Additional Resources
White Paper: 12 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Tablet and
Laptop Cart
11 Mistakes Schools Make When Buying Charging and Storage Carts…and How to Avoid Them

The Changing Landscape of Secure KVM Switching Certifications

Until recently, the National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) used Common Criteria Evaluation & Validation Scheme (CCEVS) to evaluate and approve KVM switches for security. EAL2 and EAL4+ are tests regarding the process of the design, testing, verification, and shipping of security products. This protection profile is an international standardized process for information technology security evaluation, validation, and certification.

NIAP has determined that EAL and CCEVS are no longer adequate security standards for KVM switches that connect to systems with differing security classifications. As a result, they  upgraded the Protection Profile (PP) for peripheral sharing switches to PPS 3.0. Still, the next generation of secure switches are going to need to be TEMPEST-approved for the tightest security measures available.

TEMPEST testing, while classified, is regarded as a process that assesses the port-to-port isolation required for certain KVM switches. A TEMPEST approval means the necessary isolation is achieved and qualified. Additionally, the threat of data leaking by various covert electromagnetic eavesdropping mechanisms has been evaluated and found to be secure.

The TEMPEST designation is often required by military organizations. TEMPEST, as a security standard, pertains to technical security countermeasures, standards, and instrumentation that prevent or minimize the exploitation of vulnerable data communications equipment by technical surveillance or eavesdropping.

A desktop KVM switch at its most basic, is simply a hardware device that enables one workstation consisting of a keyboard, video monitor, and mouse to control more than one CPU. Desktop KVM switches are usually 2- or 4-port switches, and by pushing button or using keystrokes, users can easily access information and applications on completely separate systems.

Secure KVM switches fill a special need in switching for users, such as those in the military, government agencies, or law enforcement, who need to access information stored at different classification levels on physically separate systems. A secure desktop KVM switch is usual a two or four-port switch that provides control and separation of PCs connected to networks of differing security classifications. TEMPEST-approved switches offer the following features:

  •  High port-to-port electrical isolation, which facilitates data separation (RED/BLACK). Channel-to-channel –80-dB to 60-dB crosstalk isolation protects against signal snooping, so software tools and applications cannot be used to access any connected computer from another connected computer.
  • Switches are permanently hard wired, preventing access from one CPU to the others or access from one network to others.
  • External tamper-evident seals make it easy to spot attempted tampering.
  • Users can safely switch among as many as four computers operating at different classification levels.
  • Unidirectional flow of keyboard and mouse data means the computer cannot leak data along K/M signaling channels.
  • USB host controller erases entire RAM at each channel switchover. This prevents residual data from remaining in the channel after a channel change and being transferred to another computer.
  • Only keyboard and mouse devices can be enumerated at the keyboard and mouse ports. Any other USB peripheral connected will be inhibited from operating, preventing the upload or download of unauthorized data.

The Secure Desktop KVM Switches with USB from Black Box surpass the security profiles of most other KVM switches because they have received approvals and certifications in the TEMPEST testing standard.

Additional Resources
White Paper: HD Video and Peripheral Matrix Switching

InfoComm 2015 Preview: Top 10 Black Box Solutions

We’re just mere weeks away from the largest event for professional AV in the world – InfoComm 2015. So, it’s about time we share what’s going on at Black Box. With a sea of exhibitors (over 980, wow), this pre-event list will keep you on track to find the right AV solution for your next project.

Here’s a quick look at what you’ll see at the Black Box booth.

1. *New* 16 x 16 and 8 x 8 Modular AV Matrix Switcher
This new, flexible AV matrix allows seamless switching of audio and video with up to 4K resolution as well as extension up to 230 feet (70 m). The modular matrix switcher with built-in conversion and scaling allow users to mix legacy equipment with new digital systems. Although the world is moving to digital, there are still a multitude of interfaces around. This solution meets those needs with I/O cards for HDMI, DVI, VGA, analog video, and HDBaseT for extension. Ideal for corporate, government and military, and education markets. Available Fall 2015.

2. *New* Digital KVM Matrix Switch
This 30-port, less than 1U, digital KVM matrix switch is for multiple users in smaller broadcast studios and server rooms. This cost-effective matrix KVM switch supports up to 30 endpoints. The graphical user interface is intuitive and simple to use. The on-screen display of the GUI makes setup and configuration simple.The space-saving switch uses Server Access Modules (SAMs) powered by the interface to extend DVI or DisplayPort signals over CATx. The DCX3000 extends signals over CATx cable, 30 feet (10 m) from the KVM switch to the workstation, and 164 feet (50 m) from switch to CPU.

3. AV-Over-IP Extension, Switching, and Video Walls – MediaCento IPX
The popular MediaCento IPX video extenders enable HDMI video distribution over an IP network to a virtually unlimited number of screens. Users can choose to seamlessly distribute signals for point-to-point multicast or video wall applications up to 8 x 8. The MediaCento IPX controller can be added to the system to enable easy setup and user friendly matrix switching and video wall control from any source to any display. Learn more.

4. 4K Solutionsinfocomm-2015-mediacento-video-wall
Black Box’s 4K video solutions allow users to create impactful, state-of-the-art video systems. The 4K video product line includes:

    • A video wall controller, VideoPlex4 Video Wall Controller, which enables the user to create stunning video walls with 4K output across four or more screens.
    • A scalable digital signage solution, iCOMPEL P Series, with high-quality video display and 4K resolution support.
    • For easy video switching, a new series of 4K HDMI switches is available with up to 2 inputs (2×1 switch or 2×2 switch) and up to 4 outputs (4×1 switch or 4×2 switch). Auto switching automatically switches to an active source and makes it a great fit for the conference room. A series of splitters for 4K HDMI distribution is also available with either 2 ports or 4 ports.
    • A high-resolution DisplayPort video extender with USB 2.0, DisplayPort 4K KVM Extender over CATx, which enables the user to create an unchanged user experience at remote consoles with 4K monitors.
    • A variety of high-speed HDMI cables: Slim-Line, Active, and Hybrid Copper/Fiber.

5. DKM FX Video and Peripheral Matrix Switching System
A highly reliable video and peripheral matrix switching and routing system supporting high-resolution HD-SDI, HDMI, and KVM in one flexible, scalable product. Learn more.

6. Multiviewer KVM – 4Site Flex4Site-Flex
4Site Flex provides fluid video performance in a multiscreen viewer with KVM and video processors for monitoring and control. Includes HDCP support and seamless switching. Learn more.

7. 4-Port KVM Switch – Freedom II
Get fast, reliable switching between computer systems simply by moving a mouse from screen to screen. The Black Box Freedom II creates a unified desktop across multiple PCs and operating systems. Learn more.


8. Agility IP-Based KVM Switching and Extension
Improve workflow and efficiency, and send HD video, KVM, USB, and audio signals over an IP network. The transmitters and receivers extend signals over CATx cable up to 330 feet (100 m), and even farther with the addition of network switches. Learn more.

9. HDBaseT Recommend Cables and Certified Extenders
Black Box HDBaseT Recommended cables and HDBaseT-certified extenders (transmitter and receiver) guarantee the highest level of reliability and compatibility in today’s demanding-bandwidth intensive AV applications.

10. Zero-Client Virtual Desktop Computing – InvisaPCInvisaPC
IP-based LAN/WAN solution enables point-to-point KVM extension and transition to small unmanaged matrices in a small form factor over a LAN or the Internet. Unique features include: connectivity to virtual machines, traditional point-to-point extension over IP, flexible extension and remote access, and soft migration from real to virtual machines. Learn more.

Find something that sparked your interest? Stop by InfoComm booth #5143 for a demo. Or, call a Black Box technical specialist today at 877-877-2269.

BONUS: Get a free exhibitor pass to InfoComm 2015 with VIP Code BLA176. Register here.

Press Releases
Black Box Extends Distribution Channel Through Partnership With Herman ProAV
Black Box Freedom II Switch Enables Zer0-touch KVM Switching between Four Local PCs
Black Box to Demonstrate Single Cable, 4K-Ready KVM Matrix Switches and Extenders at InfoComm 2015
Extend 4K Video Over an IP Network With the Black Box MediaCento IPX 4K
Black Box to Demonstrate New Digital KVM Compact KVM Matrix Switch at InfoComm 2015

3 Ways to Extend Your Ethernet LAN

Copper CATx cable supports Ethernet distances up to 100 meters. That’s not a problem when you’re connecting workstations in a building. But what happens when you need to extend the reach of your LAN beyond 100 meters to connect a distant department, a building across campus or across town, Wi-Fi access points, IP security cameras, or even remote monitoring stations in industrial environments.

That’s where Ethernet extension comes in. Depending on your environment and application, there are three ways to extend your Ethernet LAN beyond the nearest closet.

1. LAN extension over fiber optic cable with media convertersExtend-Ethernet-LAN
Media converters are a popular and economical solution for converting Ethernet cable runs from copper to fiber. They can be used in pairs (near-end/far-end) or with Ethernet switches.

Fiber optic cable offers the best performance for long-range network extension. That’s why the telephone and cable companies made such a big deal about using it. Multimode fiber has a range of 550 meters for 10/100/1000 Ethernet links. Single-mode fiber offers distances of more than 30 km for 10/100/1000 Ethernet extension.

Fiber also offers the advantage of being immune to electromagnetic interference (EMI), surges, spikes, and ground loops. That makes it well suited for connecting buildings across campus, across town, and in industrial environments.

There are a number of different types of media converter options ranging from simple, unmanaged, compact converters that mount on panels or DIN rails to managed converters that mount in equipment racks. There are also converters available for commercial and industrial applications. A common industrial application is to use a media converter with PoE capabilities to power and backhaul an IP camera signal over fiber.

2. LAN extension over existing copper cabling with Ethernet extenders.
In some cases, it’s possible to use existing facilities to extend your LAN. If there is an existing twisted-pair copper or coax cable run, then you can extend your network with a pair of Ethernet extenders. Use one at each end to convert Ethernet to DSL (digital subscriber line) and back again to Ethernet. Extenders can deliver 50-Mbps speeds over 300 meters or about 10-Mbps at 1400 meters.

Using existing twisted-pair cablingtwisted-pair-extend-LAN
A common application is a security checkpoint services upgrade. The checkpoint may have originally been connected only with twisted-pair cable to support an analog phone. By using a pair of Ethernet extenders (near-end/far-end), the checkpoint can be upgraded to support an Ethernet LAN connection, a VoIP phone, and an IP camera.

Using existing coax cabling
Another common application is a security camera network upgrade. When you replace older, analog security camera systems with newer, digital IP cameras, you can save a lot of installation time (and labor costs) by using the existing coax cabling with Ethernet extender on each end.

3. Wireless Ethernet extensionWireless-Extension
2.4-/5-GHz radio extension
Wireless Ethernet extenders provide a very cost-effective method for extending a LAN/WAN beyond 100 meters. They eliminate the need to buy new cable, dig expensive trenches for fiber cable, and also the time-consuming waits for rights of way.

Wireless Ethernet extenders are the most seamless way to extend LAN connections up to several miles across office parks; on business, educational, and medical campuses; in enterprise business complexes; and in industrial settings, such as factories or oil/gas field drilling operations, and even in traffic control.

Wireless Ethernet is frequently used to connect line-of-sight networks that are miles apart. While wireless extension is often used in enterprise business applications, where it really shines is in industrial applications, such as data acquisition, control, and monitoring; HVAC controls; and security and surveillance, to name a few. The extender radios can also be PoE powered to simplify installation.

Cellular extension
Cellular wireless routers provide an alternative to wireless Ethernet extension. Anywhere you can get cellular phone reception, you can set up a network. Cellular routers can be used to provide the primary network connection for industrial environments where it’s too expensive or impractical to run a wired access network, such as cable or DSL. Cellular routers are also used in factories, oil/gas field drilling operations, and in traffic control.

Cellular routers are available for all the major carriers (AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon) and all networks (3G, 4G, and LTE). Cellular routers eliminate any line-of-sight and distance limitations that may exist with radio wireless extension.

Additional resources:
White Paper: Media Converters: The Time for Fiber is Now
White Paper: Power over Ethernet in Industrial Applications
White Paper: 5 Questions to Ask about Wireless Ethernet Extension
Webinar: Wireless Solutions for M2M, Security, and Mobile Data Networks
Video: Wireless Ethernet Extenders

The secret to creating good digital signage content

Educate. Entertain. Engage. Whatever your overall digital signage goal may be, a key part of that success is the quality of the content. Without useful and easy-to-understand content, you will lose your viewer’s interest.

So, where do you get fresh, relevant digital signage content? And, when and how should you present it?

Reduce, reuse, and repurpose.
You can use brand assets such as logos, images, original photos, stock photos/footage, and existing marketing materials for signage presentation, along with all the included visual icons, colors, and text fonts. This all enables you to maintain a look and feel that matches previously created marketing materials.

You can reuse more than just images. Repurpose approved tag lines, corporate boilerplate, and marketing copy from sales materials. This transmedia approach of repurposing and adapting existing media elements can significantly reduce digital signage design and production time. Plus, the re-use of such media assets can improve the consistency of brand presentation while reinforcing the brand identity.

PowerPoint or keynote slides offer ease of composition of text and graphic elements. Individual slides can be saved as .jpeg or .pdf files for playout, but because they lack the motion that compels notice, viewing, and action, they should be used sparingly, and as part of a playloop that includes animated messages.

Website content is typically too busy and information intensive for digital signage. However, you can easily repurpose text and graphics from websites to suit digital signage viewing and messaging. The key to using Web content is to distill the messages down to key elements including features, benefits, and a call to action.

Quick tip: Sans-serif fonts and large font sizes work best for at-a-glance reading. Avoid using too many fonts in a single piece of content, and keep colored text at a minimum. Avoid writing in all caps.

Design relevant content for a specific audience, context, and timedigital-signage-content-hallway of the day.
Information is powerful. People make or change their opinions based on it. It offers viewers a reason to shift their opinion or to act. So, providing information that increases the pertinence or the value of a product or service to the viewer is important. Information can include features, benefits, differentiators, value propositions, ways of using a product, pricing, or special offers.

Content must present the benefits inherent in the message to answer this question in the viewer’s mind: “What is in it for me?” By answering this question, a communicator increases the probability of the intended action being taken.

Keep in mind, just because content works well for one audience doesn’t mean it will work well for another.

Take advantage of the fact that dynamic signage enables real-time messaging. Deliver content that most speaks to the target audience at the location and time of day. When developing your content, take into account the age, gender, jobs, level of education, and personal income and wealth of your target audience. For example, a store’s antacid advertisement could carry a different message to an older, health-conscientious consumer than to a young consumer shopping for junk food.

Again, it comes back to delivering the right message at the right place and at the right time.

Quick tip: Consider where your audience will be viewing the signage – how close will they be to the sign? How long do you expect your audience to view the sign? A hallway, for example, may call for a short delay, but a waiting room may call for a longer delay.

Keep it simple.
Regardless of where the digital signage is viewed, it should not include paragraphs of text. It should be seen as a communication-at-a-glance display where viewers grab pieces of content at a time.

Quick tip: Keep words few and short; rewrite a few times to make it more concise. Write in phrases rather than full sentences. Use active voice and action verbs.

Consider the message length.
Dynamic content is most effective when clear, short textual messages are presented with graphics and motion. The best spots present basic information and ask for action in a succinct and direct manner. A story is best told in 10–15 seconds with three-second messages being combined to form a complete spot. For example, a 10-second game promotion spot would include text of “our team vs. their team,” “the game date,” and “buy tickets” messaging transitioning with the graphics of a team logo, player, or uniform.

The duration (i.e., length) of a spot should be in context of the viewing time and the overall playloop time. As guidelines, a complete spot should be viewed easily during a single viewing episode, with multiple spots typically being presented in the same viewing episode. As with other media, digital signage spots become stale after having been viewed seven times. Fortunately, a digital signage spot can be recomposed in variations of the same message with minimal effort, offering a refreshed delivery of the same message.

Quick tip: To create a fresh, non-pattern feel, mix the duration times from screen to screen in a set. Change up your layouts so viewers notice a change.

digital-signage-content-buildingKeep the content fresh.
Messages can typically be viewed between two and seven times; after that, they’re commonly disregarded by viewers. By including multiple playout zones on a display, each with different playloops or data feed messages, the network operator is able to allow content spots to run for a longer “flight” period.

Playloops: A playloop comprises a number of individual content spots that play out one after the other. The length of the playloop coincides with the viewer’s ability to see the messages. If, for example, the average waiting time in a medical office is 20 minutes, the playloop would include 20 minutes of messages. If someone takes an elevator many times in a day or week, the playloop would coincide with his or her total visit time.

Dayparts: These use playloops of content spots that are most relevant to the time of day. For instance, the playloop shown at concession stands during the final period of a game may show taxi or public transit promotions and food that would need to be discarded if not sold. Playloops in the workplace should get employees working on the business of the company on Monday and urge completing work as the week ends.

Quick tip: Consider where your audience will be viewing the signage – how close will they be to the sign? How long do you expect your audience to view the sign? A hallway, for example, may call for a short delay, but a waiting room may call for a longer delay.

Need help planning your next digital signage solution?
Black Box offers digital signage products that range from plug-and-play to highly scalable, sophisticated solutions. If you’re considering a larger deployment with a fully integrated network solution, enlist the help of a seasoned digital signage professional. Contact a Black Box technical engineer at 877-877-2269, or comment below.

For more tips on successful digital signage, get the free white paper: Roadmap to Digital Signage Success.