Who Is Using the Intel® Smart Display Module Today?


Many partners are taking advantage of the features and benefits of Intel® SDM in their digital signage solutions. See what they have to say.



"The new Intel® Smart Display Module (Intel® SDM) is helping drive innovation in ViewSonic’s interactive flat panels (IFP) and digital signage lines. Intel® SDM’s small footprint and optimized processing capabilities mean that we can offer our users the smallest, most power-efficient computing engine yet available for large-format displays in the education, corporate and retail digital signage spaces."

— Brian Wei, Director of Commercial Displays and Solutions, ViewSonic Europe


"By offering scalable, future-proofed capabilities, the Intel® Smart Display Module (Intel® SDM) solves key challenges for digital signage network operators and integrators. The 7th generation Intel® Core™ processors offer high performance, fanless reliability, and plenty of RAM and storage to deliver longer-lasting value than existing integrated solutions. With full support for Windows* and Linux*, our customers never have to be locked into a proprietary ecosystem with limited adoption."

— Bryan Mongeau, Vice President of Technology, BroadSign


"By adopting the new Intel® SDM slot within our SQ1 range, we provide customers with the freedom to create. That means making it possible to tailor displays to the application by either improved connectivity or retro-fitting playback functionality, at a minimal space and cost. We hope that this announcement marks the beginning of a fruitful partnership with Intel®." 

— Enrique Robledo, European Marketing Manager, Panasonic


“In 2010, NEC, Intel, and Microsoft formed a global strategic alliance and created the Open Pluggable Specification (OPS). Our focus was to deliver an optimized computing platform offering a more streamlined and high-performance standard for digital signage, interactive whiteboards, and mission-critical applications. Today, OPS is integral to NEC’s large-format displays and integration projectors. NEC sees the Intel® Smart Display Module (Intel® SDM) architecture as a natural evolution and is excited to expand our ability to deliver reliability, performance, standardization, and ease of use on a broader range of display form factors.”

— Richard Ventura, Vice President Business Development and Solutions, NEC Display Solutions of Americas


“Advantech is working closely with Intel to develop a new generation of modular digital signage solutions and DS-200 is the first one based on the Intel® Smart Display Module architecture. We hope to combine high display computing capabilities and integrated display modules to deliver a new age of digital signage experiences in visual IoT applications, as well as empower multiple vertical markets such as retail, medical, and more.”

— Stephen Huang, Assistant Vice President of Advantech Embedded IoT Group


“As the reference design partner of Intel® Smart Display Module (Intel® SDM), Giada is excited to release its Intel® SDM Small (Intel® SDM–S) and Large (Intel® SDM–L) module products to the industry. Giada is also proud to soon release the first Intel® SDM-L 7300 (U) based on the 7th Gen Intel® Core™ processor platform. The diverse offering of Giada's Intel® SDM products will help address the various vertical visual solutions markets requirements for all-in-one systems integration.”

— Tony Liu, Marketing Director, Giada