CMS-SE V.10

Digital Signage Content Management Server Software

Digital Signage Content Management Server: CMS-SE
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Highlights

  • Resilient management software with intuitive user interface and accessible online help
  • Update contents to a maximum of 1000(*) SMP players simultaneously
  • Offer flexible central scheduling based on once, daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly timescales
  • Broadcast emergency messages with just two clicks
  • Make rich Library and cloud resources freely available
  • Secured playback environment with the support of a redundancy server
  • Supported in virtual machines and cloud-based VMs such as Amazon AWS

  *Depending on the type of license purchased

Main Features

Ready-to-use Digital Signage Server

CMS-SE, a dedicated content management server software for digital signage networks, is easy to install, and ready-to-use on your hardware*. Not only will you enjoy a seamless user experience, but you can also manage the device remotely from your web browser.

*Please refer to Hardware requirement


Intuitive User Interface

With a concise and clear design, CAYIN CMS server’s new user interface allows you to handle the system in an instant and manage a great quantity of SMP players all at once. Moreover, help files are accessible through the help button on every page, navigating you through the learning process.

Intuitive User Interface


Multiple Ways to Update Content

Multimedia content can be updated by FTP and Network Neighborhood. You can also upload or delete files directly in the Library of CMS’s user interface.


Efficient Management of Multiple Digital Signage Players

Efficient Management of Multiple Digital Signage Players

CMS-SE can control up to 1000 SMP players simultaneously*. All SMP players connecting to the server can be monitored through the server’s web-based user interface in two view modes: icon and list view. Instead of configuring media players one by one, you can manage all of them at the same time. Administrators can also locate SMP players on Google Maps when SMP players activate the location/GPS function.

*Depending on the type of license purchased


Rich Library and Cloud Resources

Rich Library and Cloud Resources

All necessary raw materials, including multimedia files, fonts, clocks, skins, programs, and playlists, can be accessed easily in the Library to assist you in organizing resources. Moreover, the system allows you to upload your desired fonts or even to download the latest templates from CAYIN’s Cloud service for free to greatly enrich your content.


 

Redundancy (Failover) service

CMS-SE supports Redundancy (Failover) service, so you don’t have accidents. Should a CMS server becomes offline or unavailable, the backup server will automatically divert the connection until the Major CMS is available again. (Learn more)


Two-Layer Group Management

Administrators can create a maximum of two-layer groups to manage all SMP players systematically in two major aspects: content updates and task scheduling. CMS server will centrally control the playlists of all media players and synchronize content automatically to all players in groups.

Two-Layer Group Management

Instant Alert Broadcasting

With just two clicks, you can activate the alert mechanism and broadcast emergency messages to a particular group or to all groups. Emergency messages can be presented in many formats, such as texts, images, video, HTML, etc.


Intelligent Scheduling Management

Intelligent Scheduling Management

You can insert a one-time event or arrange periodic tasks based on daily, weekly, monthly or yearly timescales for all SMP players in groups. Location-based scheduling is also doable to largely increase the flexibility. SMP players will playback multimedia content automatically based on the schedule assigned by the CMS server. CMS provides two viewing modes, calendar and timetable, for you to facilitate schedule management.


Secured Decentralized Management


Secured Decentralized Management

Administrators can create multiple user accounts and authorize each account to possess different access rights. Usernames and passwords are required to access the user interface and media folder.