Tech up your meeting space with the ultimate in video presentation switches
To meet the demands of this changing landscape, ATEN has introduced a presentation switch series that is tailor-made for smooth, efficient meetings that can overcome these new workplace challenges. This includes handling multiple device formats and sources (especially when staff are now working on individual BYOD devices such as laptops and smartphones)
Tasked with the role of implementing the best technology for the most productive meetings in commercial and educational spaces, IT managers will turn to devices that improve flexibility, ease-of-use, and control. The idea is to create spaces where staff can share information in real-time, can show multiple screens in real-time, and can have discussions and pass on data and files quickly and efficiently. Aten's VP1000 Core Series (https://www.aten.com/
Huddle Space and Small Meeting Rooms.
Four different users, four different devices, all streaming simultaneously on one screen. Features such as the built-in multiview, which allow for four streamed-in sources to be displayed in quad view on one single screen, is just one of many examples of the solutions that IT managers can implement to amp up team collabs. Whether staff are working in huddle spaces, meeting rooms, different rooms, or seperate floors entirely, Aten's solutions allow secure and easy-access on demand, content sharing from a variety of mobile devices, and a setup that allows multiple users to connect wirelessly, and stream their screen during a meeting. All the possibilities, allow IT managers to make it easier for employees to share information and ideas with others in the team.
Medium Sized Meetings, Conference Rooms, Lecture Halls and More.
For those who require a little more gumption, possibly even a collaborative presentation to a whole team or department or class of students, the setup needs to be a bit more robust. This series of collaborative presentation switches from Aten, allows the flexibility for multiple audio sources such as mics and speakers, the mixing of mic inputs for multiple speakers, easy content sharing and collaboration between on-site and remote participants, and directing control to moderators where required.
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