Future-Proofed Flexibility and Performance
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.
Since its launch OPS has quickly become a standard for creating integrated display solutions.
OPS Key Features
- 180 mm x 119 mm x 30 mm, fully enclosed
- Optimized for interactive white boards (IWBs), commercial digital signage, kiosks, visual data devices, video walls, and more
- Ability to customize a protocol and simultaneously support advanced use cases including real-time analytics and video capture performed on the display itself
Intel’s OPS initially addressed the fragmentation of form factors and helped standardize media player integration into displays.
OPS supports a broad range of processing capabilities and enables additional functionality to be built in directly to the display solutions.
OPS features a high speed connector to future proof the OPS solution base and enable new usage models and higher resolution content.