Using a HDMI over LAN zero-client, Monitors Anywhere Connect creates a totally new concept in digital signage. All that is required to control hundreds of displays is a single PC with a low-cost zero-client for each display. Monitors Anywhere software allows you to establish full control over all displays, individually and collectively.
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Monitors AnyWhere Connect uses HDMI over LAN zero clients technology. Zero Clients replace graphic cards and connect a central computer to each display, through a local network.
Each zero client has its own unique IP address permitting Monitors AnyWhere Connect to communicate directly between the PC and the displays – No additional hardware is needed.
Using our dedicated software you can search the network and connect the HDMI over LAN zero clients just like adding physical display adaptors!
Monitors AnyWhere Connect is an amazing product for Digital Signage. Not only it includes great capabilities for managing the TV screens in your facility, but it also allows you to control the content presented on each screen separately or grouping them together for content mirroring or creating a simple grid and creative mosaic video wall configurations.
Here are short demos of Monitors AnyWhere’s main features:
Setting up the system for initial use
Open a different website on each screen
Configure each screen to present a different PowerPoint presentation with our Native PowerPoint Launcher
Run a different video on each screen
Plan a playlist for each screen
Plan a Scheduled Playlist for each screen
Windows 7 32bit/64bit, Server 2008R2, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 10 32bit/64bit, Server 2012 R2, Server 2016
The host PC can be either Physical or Virtual. Read more here
Please note (this is important!):
We currently support Windows®10 updates of up to and including May 2018 (Build 1809).
Later updates (1903 & 1909) are partially supported for showing different content on each screen (Extended mode) and duplicating content to multiple screens (Mirror Mode).
Video Wall mode is not available yet in the latest builds of Windows®10.
We are working hard on adapting the driver to support the latest Windows’® builds, but until further notice,
please keep your Windows® on build 1809 if you require to run a video wall with our system.
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10/100/1000base-T Ethernet network (Gigabit Ethernet network is recommended)
HDMI over LAN zero clients must be located in the same LAN network segment (same subnet or VLAN) with the host PC.
Otherwise, certain rules should be added on the firewall in order for it to work properly over different VLANs.
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.Net Framework 4.5.1 and above must be installed and enabled on the computer running Monitors AnyWhere Connect.
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