Intel’s OPS+ builds on the benefits and powerful functionality of the Open Pluggable Specification (OPS) by enabling a broader range of Intel® processors to include the Intel® Xeon® processor family, a range of Intel desktop processors, and Intel® FPGAs. It can also add functionality based on specific industry needs such as supporting simultaneous display and broadcast usages, support for 8K resolution displays, and the ability to drive three individual 4K resolution display outputs.
In 2010, Intel launched the Open Pluggable Specification (OPS) to standardize the system architecture between displays and media players. OPS allows for more cost-effective design, deployment, and management of digital signage and other display solutions that support advanced functionality and emerging use cases, including interactivity and anonymous audience analytics.
As OPS has quickly become a standard for creating integrated display solutions, Intel is providing the industry with OPS+, offering future-proofed capabilities targeted at higher resolution content and additional use cases.
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Intel’s OPS initially addressed the fragmentation of form factors and helped standardize media player integration into displays.
OPS+ supports the broadest range of processing capabilities and enables additional functionality to be built in directly to the display solutions.
OPS+ features a second high-speed connector to future-proof the OPS solution base and enable new usage models and higher-resolution content.
The following partners are taking advantage of the features and benefits of OPS+ in their digital signage solutions.
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