Polycom has introduced their new product Pano, a way to share content at work. Pano allows anyone in a business meeting to share up to four streams of simultaneous content side-by-side, from any device, without having to juggle cables, pucks or dongles.
Customers can connect Polycom Pano to any display to enable wireless content sharing from PCs, Macs, tablets, and smartphones – even live video. Pano includes built-in security safeguards that limit sharing to the target monitor and that protect content once a meeting is concluded.
“Customers have told us that they struggle to share information in meetings – too much time is wasted trying to find the right adapter or cord for whatever computer or device they have,” said Mary McDowell, Chief Executive Officer, Polycom. “Collaboration is richer and more productive when you annotate and build on your ideas together in real time. Polycom Pano makes content sharing easy and fits into any ecosystem or environment.”
Add a Pano to a touch monitor, and an expanded set of capabilities are available, with rich annotation and interactive whiteboarding features unavailable in other wireless content sharing solutions.
Pano works with any existing video equipment, making it easy to add on to existing conference room technology.
“Polycom Pano is an ideal solution for every room where meetings are held,” said Daniel Rogers, VP Global Channels and UC Vendor Alliances, AVI-SPL. “Pano eliminates common frustrations of sharing content and instead allows teams to focus on mission critical tasks.”
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