Liberty AV’s new DigitaLinx Soft Codec Switcher (DL-SCU21C) makes virtual connectivity, presentation, and auto-switching effortless and easy … simply choose the room or space! Perfect for simple applications using a computer for software or cloud-based video teleconferencing in huddle room, conference room, or board room applications.
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Meeting room technology is intended to enhance and simplify office meetings. But often, the opposite occurs. Interestingly enough, it’s the most frequently plagued area of technology-related stress, where IT and AV personnel are faced with a constant stream of incompatible equipment when a new device struts into the room since they all sport varying connection access ports. When it comes time to share our information, in a sea of varying devices, how do you prepare to give your presenter the right connection to share their content in today’s BYOD world?
Huddle rooms are one of the hottest trends in the AV industry today. Wainhouse Research estimates the potential for huddle rooms to be between 30 and 50 million rooms. As a professional integrator, you can provide great benefit to your customers by educating them on the flexibility and cost effectiveness of huddle rooms.
New trends in Technology and evolving business needs are leading organizations to retrofit their conference rooms. They are converting them from mere meeting rooms to workplaces of the future. These new technologies in conference venues lead to the current effectiveness of today’s meetings. Let us take a look at five of the most relevant technologies which makes your workplace future ready.
HD Videoconferencing Technology
The current business culture thrives on collaboration. This creates a new challenge. How do you maintain a proper balance between managing costs and delivering effective results? Equipping your conference rooms with effective HD Videoconferencing Technology makes this possible. High Definition videoconferencing is a perfect way to establish clear eye contact with your team. Members in different locations will feel as if they are in the same room because of the clarity of sound, picture, and content. That is precisely what today’s technology aims to achieve.
High Definition (HD), Super HD and finally Ultra HD - they all exist. The question is where do we go from here? As viewing quality exponentially grows, are we heading towards a point where our eyes will stop discerning all these extra pixels?
Technology evolves at a rapid pace. With mobile devices becoming the first-screen, users are demanding higher definition, especially in terms of video quality. Driven by such demands, new gadgets like 4K tablet computers and iMac computers with a 5K Retina display are making high-resolution a reality for large and small screen environments.