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Aug 18, 2010, 12:34 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Arista announced a new series of 24-inch industrial LCD marquee display systems. The AMS Series offers a 500MHz Via Eden processor, 2GB of RAM, plus storage and connectivity features, and comes as an AMS-2401 single-display wall-mount system, an AMS-2412 wall-mount system with dual side-by-side displays, or an AMS-2422 ceiling-mount model with dual back-to-back displays.

"In the industrial environments targeted by Arista, the company touts several advantages of embedded computer display systems like the AMS Series over traditional LED banners. These include the capability to display not just day-to-day textual communications, but also urgent emergency notices, noteworthy Internet news items, or graphics, the company says.

"The two AMS Series systems with dual monitors can clone the same data to both monitors, extend the information across two side-by-side monitors, or display different information to each monitor, says Arista. The AMS series is said to be controllable over a LAN or via the Internet."

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