The Tripleplay Blog

Views on the Digital Signage, IPTV, CMS and Video Streaming Industry

Crunching the numbers: Sports & Stadia

Content delivered to more than 20,000,000 spectators across the world in 2017, at over 50 Stadia and Arena spanning 4 continents. Looking back over the 2017/2018 season, there have been some great achievements from Tripleplay sporting clients, with over...

Finding the right route – nuances of wayfinding

Wayfinding has become a big deal in the digital signage world, with many solutions providers touting themselves as a ‘wayfinding’ platform. Popularity for wayfinding has increased as the potential of a very practical use of digital signage technology becomes more...

ISE 2018

Last week saw the return of the busiest week in the Tripleplay calendar, ISE 2018. Taking place again this year, and maybe for the penultimate time, in Amsterdam’s RAI Exhibition Centre, the event was propelled into new heights, with increasing numbers of...

One in a million: Selecting a digital signage solution

Selecting a digital signage solution can feel like an overwhelming task – especially when faced with hundreds if not thousands of options, all claiming to offer similar features and capabilities. Knowing what to look out for and bearing in mind certain criteria can...

Enterprise Video: infinity and beyond the LAN

With YouTube being the second largest search engine in the world and over 500 million hours of videos watched on this platform every day, video consumption is heading towards infinity, dominating our everyday lives and changing the way we receive information....

Catch Tripleplay in 2018

Find out where you can see our digital signage and IPTV platform in the next 12 months. Already our diary is full with some of the world’s top AV/IT events where we will be exhibiting in 2018. With our latest software release, Caveman 1.0, due imminently we will be...

Celebrating 16 years of Tripleplay IP Media solutions

Celebrating 16 years of Tripleplay IP Media solutions
Today, 11th December 2017 Tripleplay celebrates the 16th anniversary of its conception and founding. Established in the UK in 2001 by current CEO, Steve Rickless and COO, Graeme Ogilvie, the business was established as a consultancy for those wanting to deploy IP media solutions and IPTV specifically.

User Group and Partner Conference

  Last week saw the return of Tripleplay’s annual User Group and Partner Conference. Hosted at Sadler’s Wells Theatre in central London, a Tripleplay client site, this modern, state-of-the-art theatre was the perfect location to welcome in our clients and partners....

Digital Menu Boards – How to sell things and influence people

We have all walked into a restaurant recently and seen digital menu boards advertising special offers or ‘dish of the day’. Not only does a digital menu board allow for a sleek and streamlined ordering process for staff and visitors, but with a modern look and feel it...

What is IPTV?

IPTV is essentially the delivery of media content, videos or live television over an IP network. This can either use the public internet or a private local area network (LA) or wide area network (WAN). An IPTV service can be delivered to an IP enabled TV, mobile...

What is Digital Signage?

Digital Signage means a centrally controlled, content distribution platform by which to playback digital content to one or many displays or screens. Digital Signage screens can be used for the relaying of any number of types of information; live weather, news, TV,...

Digital Signage & SOC – Too good to be too good to be true!

There are always two sides to every story and the emergence of System on Chip technologies has certainly stirred the pot in the digital signage world; dividing opinions within the hardware industry but unifying the Content Management System community. Some screen...

Browser support dropped for NPAPI: how will you be affected?

With the latest round of upgrades in Chrome and Firefox we are now left in a position whereby the only internet browser able to support native plugins is Internet Explorer; now superseded by Edge. This will severely inhibit the operation of many enterprise video...