TelemetryOS is a new platform created by TelmetryTV to solve a problem for our customers. Our customers have been asking us for a stable, secure and inexpensive platform to run our digital signage application on. There's significant shortcomings of using a general purpose operating system for digital signage. At the same time we dont want to lock customers in to specific hardware, it's best to use a generic OS that gives customers the assurance that they can change in the future should they need to.

With the release of TelemetryOS, we have vetted specific devices to help customers for convenience, these devices are called TelemetryTV OS certified devices.

TelemetryOS Certified Devices

TelemetryOS Certified Devices are lab-tested devices that meet our minimum performance and compatibility requirements to run TelemetryOS.

The list of devices will continuously change as new devices are tested. Devices that we have lab tested and certified are:

  • MeLE Quieter2 Mini PC

  • Compulab Fitlet2

  • AOpen DE3450X-24ALW

  • Raspberry Pi 4 2GB+ RAM

  • Intel Ruggedized NUC (NUCCCHKR only)

  • Minix NEO Z83-4U

  • MinisForum N40

  • Onlogic CL210G-10

  • Onlogic CL210G-11

  • Nano-N3350D

You can find these devices on Amazon or from select online retailers depending on your location. The Onlogic devices are available direct from the manufacturer.

TelemetryOS Lab Program

The TelemetryOS Lab program is offered to customers who want to use a media player that is not on our TelemetryOS Certified Device list. For an annual fee, the respective device that runs TelemetryOS would be included in our lab testing, and our device specialist will stress test the selected device to validate if it meets our minimum performance and compatibility requirements. If the device meets the minimum standards, our device specialist would continue to test new software releases to ensure that our software maintains compatibility with the device.

Please contact sales for additional information and pricing details. 

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