Userful and Rise Vision partner to bring free cloud content management to multi-screen digital signage

Versatile content management system pairs with Userful Network Video Wall for a high-quality and affordable video wall solution

February 19, Calgary, AB - Userful Corporation, an industry-leader in digital display software, and Rise Vision, an enterprise digital signage platform, have teamed up to offer customers a stunning video wall that any business or organization can afford.

Userful's Network Video Wall is the first video wall solution to deliver 4k and higher content in real time over the network and the first to support multiple, independent video walls from a single, standard PC with no specialized video cards required. With Rise Vision integration the solution now offers customers a free, enterprise digital signage content management system that anyone can setup and manage.

Since launching the Network Video Wall solution last month, Userful has been experiencing increasing interest in the innovative solution.

"Managing content in creative ways, has been a key need for video wall users in the past," said Tim Griffin, founder and CTO of Userful. "Rise Vision is simple, cost-effective and flexible, and in that way is a very good match for Userful Network Video Wall. Integrating Rise Vision with Userful enables anyone to easily deploy and manage eye-catching video walls."

Both Userful and Rise Vision share the same goal of disrupting the digital signage industry by making signage intuitive and low-cost. Userful customers now have access to Rise Vision's free platform to give them complete control of their content from any browser and provides unlimited scalability to grow and expand their network of digital signs.

"Video walls have been growing in popularity and our users are always looking for more economical ways to create larger displays," said Ryan Cahoy, managing director of Rise Vision. "We were delighted to see Userful take our open source code and adapt our player to work with their unique product. It truly demonstrates the power of open source and allowing the marketplace to create specialized offerings."

The Userful Network Video Wall is uniquely designed to capture audience attention and engage teams in any setting. Displays can be configured in standard grid formats, or arranged in artistic designs placing any screen at angle rotation or placement within the canvas. The solution utilizes a standard Ethernet connection to drive up to 25 displays, eliminating much of the proprietary hardware and IT costs traditionally associated with video walls.

Please visit this page to learn more about the Userful Network Video Wall and Rise Vision. Userful and Rise Vision will be hosting a Live Google Hangout on Wednesday, March 4th at 2 p.m. EST to introduce customers to the unique features this integration brings. To join the event, please click here.

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Media Contact

Daniel Griffin
Vice President, Userful

About Userful

Userful Corporation is a leading desktop virtualization software company that makes it simple and affordable for organizations to implement and centrally manage virtual computers. Userful supports virtualization deployments from desktops to touch-screens and beyond, with exceptional performance, unique flexibility and at the lowest cost on the market. Userful is the trusted provider of over 1 million virtual computers in over 100 countries and works with zero- and thin-client devices from world-class partners such as ViewSonic, Thinglobal, Atrust, Centerm and HP.

About Rise Vision

Rise Vision is an Enterprise Digital Signage Platform that provides everything a user needs to create amazing digital signage for free. Rise Vision has been making software since 1992, with over 50,000 account created, thousands more added each month, and displays successfully operating in 117 countries worldwide. Rise strives for continuous deployment of open source code and non-proprietary HTML content so together with our user community we can make something far better than we could on our own.

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