Cisco Digital Media Player 4400

Cisco Digital Media Player 4400
Data Sheet
Cisco Digital Signage: Cisco Digital Media
Player 4400
The Power of Engagement: Cisco Digital Signage is a complete, platform for
interactive media experiences. Now you can easily deliver and manage applications to
communicate, connect, and engage. Imagine delivering compelling and interactive
media to any store, bank, manufacturing floor, or hospital, to engage customers and
employees in a whole new way.
The scalable, network-based Cisco Digital Signage platform includes endpoints,
management, and services. On top of this, Cisco’s diverse partner ecosystem tailors
your deployment to your needs. This gives you new opportunities to create a
consistent user experience across multiple channels, increase revenue and maximize
operational efficiency.
Cisco Digital Media Player
The Cisco Digital Media Player 4400 (Figure 1) is a highly reliable, IP-based digital media player that handles
display and playback of compelling, rich digital media—including high-definition live broadcasts or on-demand
video, Flash animations, graphics, text tickers, and other web content—across a network of digital signs.
The Cisco Digital Media Player 4400 is fully manageable as a standalone device; however, as part of the
integrated Cisco Digital Signs and Cisco Cast systems, it is a powerful, customizable digital media publishing
endpoint. Using the Cisco Digital Media Manager (DMM), the centralized management system component of
Cisco Digital Signage, you can easily, flexibly, and remotely publish centralized content to networked digital
displays. You can attach the Cisco DMP 4400 to virtually any on-premises digital display at any location—for
example, in a branch-office bank, retail store, or a break room or lobby—across any geography.
Figure 1.
Cisco Digital Media Player 4400
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The Cisco Digital Media Player 4400 supports single touch interactivity by interfacing with popular touch screens.
It supports 802.11 b/g wireless network connectivity. In addition, the output to displays is fully customizable and
can include dynamic playlists; the Cisco Cast program guide; division of screen real estate into multiple
addressable regions; high-definition (HD) media playback; and remote management of digital displays - on/off,
volume, contrast, and brightness. The Cisco DMP 4400 has a small form factor, weighing less than 4.5 pounds (2
kg) and measuring 10 x 8 x 2 inches (254 x 203 x 51 mm).
Key Features and Benefits
The Cisco Digital Media Player 4400 integrates with the Cisco Digital Media Manager to deliver:
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Standards-based video codec support with MPEG1, MPEG2, and MPEG-4 Part 10, and MP3 audio, all
delivered within MPEG-2 TS over User Datagram Protocol (UDP) or RTP over RTSP (RTP over TCP) in
both standard- and high-definition (SD and HD, respectively) formats
●
Windows Media 9 and VC-1 Audio and Video codec support for on-demand content delivered over HTTP
●
Touchscreen support
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Wireless network connectivity over the 802.11 b/g network standard with the following wireless security
protocols:
●
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Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA)
◦
WPA2
◦
Extensible Authentication Protocol-Flexible Authentication via Secure Tunneling (EAP-FAST)
◦
Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP)
Flexible, real-time publishing: You can instantly publish and update content across individual or groups
of digital displays, and control and schedule the frequency and duration of content playback (day-parting).
●
Broadcast Cisco Cast: You can control IP-based broadcast television through the Cisco Digital Media
Player Remote Control and on-screen program guide.
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Low ongoing operational costs and ease of use: The management interface was designed with the
nontechnical user in mind to keep the required level of training low.
●
Speed of deployment: Simplified IT installations that require little additional network expense reduce the
burdens of deployment and maintenance commonly placed on IT.
●
Reliability and power of the network: Tightly integrated with the network, the Cisco Digital Media Player
uses the reliability and security of the underlying network as a platform; this appliance-based solution has
no moving parts, avoiding security and maintenance concerns associated with PCs.
Cisco Digital Media Player Remote Control
The Cisco Digital Media Player Remote Control (Figure 2) is a small-form-factor, highly functional device optimized
to support interactivity with the Cisco DMP 4310 and DMP 4400 systems. This remote allows you to navigate and
select the channels and on-demand videos through the Cisco Cast on-screen program guide.
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Figure 2.
Cisco Digital Media Player Remote Control
Table 1 lists the innovative features and benefits the Cisco Digital Media Player 4400 offers.
Table 1.
Features and Benefits of Cisco Digital Media Player 4400
Feature
Benefit
MPEG 1, 2, and 4 Part 10 in SD and HD,
graphics, web content, Adobe Flash 9 or 10
animation, Windows Media 9 and VC-1, MP3
Audio, and tickers
● Support for industry-standard MPEG video formats and web content for a compelling
digital media experience
● Windows Media 9 and VC-1 support for expanded video-on-demand (VoD) support
Local storage of 4-GB capacity
● Storage of OS images and content for local playback or failover for greater reliability and
robust operation
Touchscreen technology support
● Capabilities to support the connecting of touchscreen-enabled displays to your Cisco
DMP 4400 to expand your interactive functions
802.11 B/G wireless network support
● Flexible Cisco Digital Signs deployments through support for wireless network
connectivity; new floor plans and relocation of signs can now be simplified with wireless
connectivity
IP-enabled delivery of live broadcasting and ondemand video content
● Quick and immediate content changes to react to business needs; no drastic cutover
required for organizations moving to a complete IP environment
Remote management of display (on/off, volume,
*
contrast, and brightness)
● Ability to control critical digital signage display functions remotely, reducing the need for
local operations resources
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● Audio-only options with support for MP3 audio format
Full-screen video or division of the screen
● Capability to view video or graphics in full-screen mode
● Capability to divide displays into separate regions for multiple content playback windows
with text, tickers, graphics, and video
Customizable on-screen presentations
● Customized interface to reflect an organization’s brand
Small form factor: 10 x 8 x 2 in. (254 x 203 x 51
mm); weighs 4.5 lb (2 kg)
● Easy to mount to digital displays
15W power consumption (average)
● Low power consumption for higher reliability and reduced capital expenditures (CapEx)
and operating expenses (OpEx); environmentally friendly
Integration with Cisco Digital Media Suite, Cisco
ECDS, Cisco Application and Content
Networking System (ACNS), and Cisco Wide
Area Application Services (WAAS) products
● Flexibility spanning the entire digital media value chain: easily layer on other video
applications such as Cisco Show and Share (VoD and live webcasting to the desktop
user)
With the Cisco Digital Media Manager; dependent on chosen display technology
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Product Specifications
Tables 2 and 3 give specifications and device manager client requirements, respectively, for the Cisco Digital
Media Player 4400.
Table 2.
Cisco Digital Media Player 4400 Product Specifications
Product Parameter
Supported protocols
Specification
● Syslog
● FTP and Secure FTP (SFTP)
● HTTP and HTTPS
● Network Time Protocol (NTP)
● Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP) over Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP)
Video containers
● MPEG Transport Stream (TS, TP, TRP, M2T, M2TS, and MTS)
● ASF
● WMV
Video codecs
● Video MPEG1
● Video MPEG2: Main Profile at High Level
● Video MPEG4 Part 2
● Video MPEG4 Part 10 Baseline and Main profiles
● Video Windows Media 9 and VC-1–VoD only
● Aspect ratio: 4:3 and 16:9
● HD (up to 1080p at 16:9) progressive and interlace video resolution
● Video data rate up to 28 Mbps
● Video frames per second rate up to 29.9fps for MPEG-1, 2, 4 and 23.9fps for WMV
● Internal Hardware Decoder delay configurable to < 1 sec
Audio codecs
● Audio MPEG1 Layers 1 and 2
● MP3
● HE-AAC v1
● MPEG4 AAC Low Complexity
● AC-3
● Audio data rate: 64–320 kbps
Physical connectors
Ethernet copper 10/100/1000BASE-T, RCA Video, S-Video, Mini 3.5-mm Stereo Audio Jack, SPDIF, HDMI, and RS232 and USB
*
Wireless connectivity
Remote control
Touchscreen support
Cable Type
Maximum Supported Cable Length
Composite or RCA cable
10 ft (2m)
HDMI 1.1**
16 ft (5m)
S-Video
10 ft (2m)
USB 2.0 (2)
15 ft (5m)
SPDIF
10 ft (2m)
Wireless Radio
Security Protocols
802.11 B/G support
WPA, WPA2, EAP-FAST, and WEP
Transmitter Type
Maximum Supported Distance
Infrared (IR)
15 ft (4.57m)
Yes
Refer to the Compatibility Guide for a detailed list of supported
vendors and models
http://www.cisco.com/go/dms/compatibility
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Product Parameter
Specification
Functional
Video in:
● MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4 Part 10, Windows Media 9, and VC-1
Audio in:
● Transport stream: Up to 6 audio packet IDs (part numbers) in transport stream
● MP3
Video out:
● Analog video (composite and S-Video)
● Digital video (HDMI 1.1)
Audio out:
● Analog unbalanced audio (mono and stereo)
● MPEG1 Layer 2: Selected; packet IDs in transport stream (1 of 6)
MPEG4 AAC and AC-3
● Selected elementary audio (1 of 6)
Power
Input voltage:
● 12V
Input current:
● 3 ADC
Power consumption:
● Peak: 30W; average: 15W
Flash memory
Environmental
● 4-GB CF-card with endurance of 1,000,000 write/erase cycles for OS images and application storage
Operating temperature:
● 41 to 104°F (5 to 40°C)
● Passed 500-hour test of the uninterrupted video playback in 125.6°F (52°C) dry-heat environment
Humidity:
● 20 to 80% noncondensing
*
Cable quality can be a factor.
An HDMI extender product can be used to extend the cable to 150 ft.
**
Ordering Information
Table 3 provides ordering information for the Cisco Digital Media Player 4400.
Table 3.
Cisco Digital Media Player 4400 Ordering Information
Product Name
Part Number
Cisco Digital Media Player 4400G
DMP-4400G-54-K9
Note: Includes Cables Accessory Kit
DMP 4400 Firmware Version 5.4
DMP-4400G-SW54-K9
Cisco Digital Media Player Remote Spare
DMP-RM-K9=
Digital Media Player 4400 SW Upgrade
R-DMP-4400-54-U-K9
Note: A different part number applies when using the PUT tool under a maintenance contract
DMP-4400-54-U-K9
Spares
Cisco Digital Media Player 4400G, Cables Accessory Kit, Spare
DMP4400-ACC-KIT
Note: A Cables Accessory Kit is already included with the Cisco Digital Media Player 4400G. This Spare Kit is an
additional cost.
Cisco Digital Media Player Remote Spare
DMP-RM-K9=
Cisco Services
Cisco and our partners provide a broad portfolio of intelligent, personalized services and support that can help you
realize the full value of your video investment, increase business agility and network availability. This portfolio of
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services drives business transformation through a network-based collaboration platform that enables business to
collaborate anywhere, anytime. For more information about these services, visit:
http://www.cisco.com/go/services/digitalmedia.
For More Information
For more information about the Cisco Digital Signage, visit http://www.cisco.com/go/dms or contact your local
Cisco account representative.
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