Extron has announced the release of the ShareLink Pro 1000, a wireless and wired collaboration gateway that enables anyone to present content from their computers, tablets, or smartphones onto a display for easy collaboration.

ShareLink Pro supports simultaneous display of up to four devices including an HDMI‑connected device, and dynamically updates the display layout as new content is shared or removed.

The HDMI input supports wired connections from any connected source. To support a wide range of environments, ShareLink Pro has collaboration and moderator modes that facilitate both open and controlled environments. When used with Extron GVE (GlobalViewer Enterprise software), multiple units can be managed across an enterprise or campus.

“The growing popularity of collaborative environments has led to the need for greater flexibility in how users share content,” says Casey Hall, Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Marketing for Extron. “ShareLink Pro 1000 was created so that users can collaborate using most any device, and simultaneously share wired and wireless content on the same screen at the same time, creating even more collaborative environments.”

The ShareLink Pro 1000 has been created to deliver full screen mirroring for all devices, including Mac and Windows computers and laptops, and Android and Apple tablets and smartphones, displaying the entire screen for fluid and easy collaboration sessions.

To improve enterprise wide deployments, it includes a fully-customisable welcome screen with multiple configuration options to assist users in connecting their devices and sharing content.

A suite of security protocols ensures safe and protected collaboration between user devices and the ShareLink Pro 1000. In addition, centralised management tools enable simultaneous configuration, firmware updates, management, monitoring, and control of multiple units from one central location.

The maker says ShareLink Pro’s professional capabilities provide easy integration of AV and mobile devices into meeting, huddle, collaboration, and presentation spaces.

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