Collaborate Without Complexity Using Smart Video Displays

March 5, 2019

Fifty years after Bell Labs first showed off its Picturephone, videoconferencing systems are ubiquitous across the enterprise—but many solutions are difficult to deploy and use. New technologies are enabling companies to communicate and collaborate better, with open, flexible, and easier to use systems.

In this article enterprise IT engineers will learn:

•    How Interactive Flat Panel Displays (IFPD) based on an open architecture can readily integrate into existing conferencing software and hardware
•    Why using standard office-the-shelf applications that extend screen sharing to laptops, notebooks, tablets, and smart phones makes virtual meetings more effective
•    About one solution that uses Intel® technology to deliver the computing power, flexibility and security required for today’s video conference applications

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