Bring-Your-Own-Device Collaboration has never been easier with Aten's latest Switch
Empowering Efficient BYOD Collaboration on Demand with the VP2120
Working off any laptops and smartphones in a team situation is faster and easier than ever before. The device features one HDMI input, dual HDMI outputs, but most importantly, four bi-directional streaming channels. This built-in multiview, which allow for four streamed-in sources to be displayed in quad view on one single screen, means that whether you are in the same room, different rooms, or seperate floors entirely, four users can connect wirelessly, and stream their screen during a meeting. This makes it easier to share information and ideas with others in the team. Users have the capacity to view in multi-view mode or enlarge one person's screen to full view, making adjustments to meet the needs of fast moving discussions. For those who require ultra smooth presentations, products such as this use an Ultra Seamless Switching with Scaler that allows for zero-second switching without any latency while scaling. This ensures the best output resolution.
"As we start to see more flexible work arrangements develop in many corporations, creating the right streaming and collaborative work environment can make all the difference in group discussions and workflow", says Santino Santoro, ProAV Product Manager of Aten Australia and New Zealand.
"Sharing information, and keeping up with the ebbs and flows of discussion during team brainstorms and meetings doesn't need to be difficult - all the information, from all members of the team can be present in real-time".
The complimentary interface, whether it be through Web GUI or from the Aten Video Presentation Control App (available on both iOS and Android devices), also allows for real-time whiteboard annotations that can be saved and shared for post-meeting follow-up, as well as an instant chat room space for text-based discussions and sharing documents.
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