(From InfoComm 2005)

Sampo Professional, a maker of flat-panel liquid crystal display (LCD) TVs and plasma monitors, now offers what it claims are the industry's first IP-addressable displays, which enable users to control the devices remotely through a local or wide-area network.

In addition to basic control functions such as power on/off, picture-in-picture (PIP), picture-over-picture (POP), and screen and sound adjustments, users also can switch video sources remotely, giving them the ability to change displays to a predetermined video source for applications such as video paging or broadcasting mass messages--all from a simple web browser interface.

The new functionality has several applications...

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