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Linux powers electronic signs for offices, hotels, more

Feb 3, 2005 — by Henry Kingman — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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Lucid Signs has embedded Linux in a family of electronic signs for corporate campuses, meeting rooms, hotels, restaurants, and museums. The LCD-based signs function like network printers, and run a configurable, modular Linux-based operating system called “SignOS” that powers a number of other products as well.

Find out all about Lucid's electronic signs, and SignOS, in our complete device profile.

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