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ClearOne has won the Best Digital Signage Software Product of ISE 2015 Digital  for its MagicBox WebSuite Digital Signage Content Management Platform from rAVe [Publications] at the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) show in Amsterdam.


“It is an honor to be recognized by rAVe Publications for Best Digital Signage Software Product at ISE 2015,” said Tom Searcy, Vice President for Digital Signage Products at ClearOne. “Our turnkey, web-based offerings are available in either an on-premise server or hosted (SaaS) configuration. MagicBox’ WebSuite Software is simple to use and comes with free online training and support with a focus on creating a solution with a low total cost of ownership.” One of the biggest challenges of digital signage is not the hardware or software, it’s making a system easy enough to use that the customer with little training can create high impact content and present it to the right audience at the right time.” WebSuite is designed to work in conjunction with the ClearOne VIEW® Pro Streaming Encoders and Decoders. This gives customers an end-to-end solution for content creation, playback, and distribution of IP video.


Take a look at the project we created in the WebSuite Digital Signage Platform software. Create professional messaging signage that’s professional, easy to deploy and simple to manage.



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About ClearOne


ClearOne is a global company that designs, develops and sells conferencing, collaboration, streaming and digital signage solutions for voice and visual communications. The performance and simplicity of its advanced, comprehensive solutions offer unprecedented levels of functionality, reliability, and scalability. More information about the company can be found at



About rAVe


rAVe [Publications], founded in 1998 by Gary Kayye, is a news organization that provides coverage of the commercial (ProAV) and residential (HomeAV) audiovisual trade industries via e-newsletters, blogs, video, social media, and a variety of other mediums.