Analog Way’s ease of use was also a factor in the choice of Aquilon C+. Most of the time The Comcast Experience is an art piece running quirky live-action content and stunning photographic images, but non-technical personnel on site also have access to the content delivery system touchscreen controls that allow them to show breaking news footage or special content for events staged in the lobby. “Aquilon can accommodate the needs of the end user reliably and seamlessly,” Niles says.
“I like it that Analog Way media servers are Linux-based, which makes me happy,” he adds. “I also appreciate the elegance of their electronic design. And I have been extraordinarily impressed with their equipment’s reliability and with Analog Way’s after-sales service. Top marks all around!”
Analog Way provided extensive on-site support to Niles in Florida and Philadelphia to ensure smooth equipment integration. Installation and project management for the new LED wall was done by James Watral of AG Light and Sound Inc., Las Vegas. Custom programming for Niles’s content delivery system was performed by Smart Monkeys, Inc., Miami.