NEC Display, T1V announce collaboration solutions for education, small business, corporate markets

NEC Display Solutions of America, a provider of commercial LCD display and projector solutions, and T1V, an interactive software company, announced a set of collaboration solutions that improve the productivity and efficiencies of meetings, giving users a foundation for delivering more value to their organizations, according to a press release from the two companies.

The release said the bundled products represent an industry first: Combining a touchscreen produced by a major LCD display manufacturer with interactive collaboration software. The NEC Display/T1V solutions bundles include an NEC touch-interactive 55-inch, 70-inch or 80-inch display combined with the choice of T1V ThinkHub Base software, which provides two wireless device connections over a LAN network, or ThinkHub Standard software, which provides unlimited wireless device connections over any network in the world, the release said.

The NEC multi-touch displays feature commercial-grade build, easy integration and an interactive design that provides users with an interactive tool. To further customize the bundles, wall mounts, mobile carts, cameras, support packages and upgrade options are also available, according to the release.

"Our partnership with T1V delivers a set of tools that enhance business results," said Richard Ventura, vice president of business development and solutions at NEC Display. "Professionals at educational institutions and in corporations gain important capabilities to make their collaboration, both in person and remotely, much more productive and fulfilling."

Built with ease of use and customers in mind, T1V's ThinkHub is a dynamically configurable workspace that enables users to protect their meetings with passwords, take notes, use multi-touch web browsers, convene video conferences and connect a multitude of devices wirelessly to the NEC displays. ThinkHub supports laptops, tablets and smartphones across all major platforms, including Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android. In addition, its Auto-Present Mode lets users leverage their own devices as presentation tools on the NEC digital screens, the release said.

"From an early stage, ThinkHub was designed to complement the many different devices and applications that people use to collaborate," said Marco Ventura, vice president of sales and marketing at T1V. "Through our partnership with NEC, ThinkHub's powerful collaboration capabilities will be accessible to a much broader audience, while helping teams to consolidate the devices, applications, people, ideas, and content that are critical to achieving great work."

Topics: Audio Media, Banks / Financial, Content, Content Management, Corporate Communication, Display Technology, Distributors / Resellers, Education / Schools, Hardware, Interactive / Touchscreen, Mobile Interactivity, Networking / Connectivity, Software, Video

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