VNNOX is NovaStar’s cloud service. There are two versions available: besides the free Standard variant there is also the so-called AD-version that can be purchased separately. In most cases the opportunities of the Standard and the AD version agree:

The control of the display status is manageable via web browser, as well as via app, in real time, but also with pre-set plans. There is also the possibility of a complete restart. In total: as comfortable as one can use an LED wall.

But once again from the start:

How do I receive VNNOX?

You receive the VNNOX Standard version with the purchase of a NovaStar Taurus player. An alternative to “ViPlex” that only has access to the controller locally via LAN or WIFI. NovaStar’s cloud platform VNNOX, however, enables the use of the players as so-called stand-alone-devices. You connect to the internet via LAN, WIFI or optionally an affordable LTE module and access the cloud contents.

And how do I operate it?

For example, with an app for your smartphone that works for iOS and Android. And as the cloud platform in its desktop variation is accessed with the web browser, VVNOX works independently from any device. Both alternatives offer an intuitive user surface and the possibility to operate several controllers installed worldwide from your office, as well as programming them.

But how exactly does it work?

You can upload the contents you would like VNNOX to play to the platform and create an online library of your media. Now you can access your account anywhere and anytime. From there you can adjust the brightness and screen volume, as well as restart the player. The screen status can be controlled, and one can switch between different video sources. In short: any kind of playback management that is also possible locally. Everything with a simple click, everything from afar.

You have further questions regarding NovaStar’s cloud service, one of our products, or in general the world of LED technology? Feel free to contact us, either by calling us at +49 551 492 493 44, or sending an email to