BrightSign Ships TAA-Compliant Media Player for U.S. Government Agencies


LOS GATOS, Calif. — (November 28, 2018) — BrightSign LLC® today announced availability of the BrightSign XT1144-T, a variant of the XT1144 manufactured in accordance with the Trade Agreements Act (19 U.S.C. & 2501-2581). The new media player’s performance and specifications are identical to the XT1144, however the manufacturing process is TAA-compliant, paving the way for sales into government agencies within the United States.

The BrightSign XT1144-T delivers unsurpassed performance for enterprise applications with a powerful 4K video engine, BrightSign’s fastest HTML and graphics engine and the company’s most powerful CPU. This state-of-the-art technology for leading-edge digital signage installations supports H.264 & H.265 decoding, Dolby Vision and HDR10+ media pro­files, Full HD and 4K playback including Mosaic Mode. The new media player offers a hardware-accelerated HTML5 rendering engine that enables flawless playback of multiple modular HTML5 assets including JavaScript, CSS animations, WebGL and even swipe/gesture interactivity. The XT1144-T offers Gigabit Ethernet, as well as 4K full-resolution graphics, PoE+ and HDMI In for Live TV playback.

The BrightSign XT1144-T sells for $850 and is available now. For more information, visit

About BrightSign

BrightSign LLC, the global market leader in digital signage media players, is located in Los Gatos, California, with offices in Europe and Asia. BrightSign manufactures media players and provides free software and networking solutions for the commercial digital signage market worldwide, serving all vertical segments of the digital signage marketplace. For more information, visit Follow BrightSign at and

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