In order to deliver seamless video conferencing experiences to customers MAXHUB and ScreenBeam have announced a new partnership

MAXHUB has today announced a new partnership with ScreenBeam Inc., a global leader in wireless display and conferencing solutions, to combine ScreenBeam 1100 Plus, a wireless screen sharing and conferencing solution, with MAXHUB’s next-generation cameras. The technology alliance enables organisations to access video conferencing and Bring Your Own Meeting (BYOM) experiences effortlessly in any workspace.

ScreenBeam and MAXHUB announce a technology alliance to deliver seamless video conferencing experiences to their customers.The ScreenBeam 1100 Plus wireless presentation platform offers agnostic support for all major video conferencing services. Its ScreenBeam Conference software also supports hybrid work environments and delivers app-free wireless presentations from any device. Users simply tap once to wirelessly present and annotate content on room displays from their own device. The software is included free with every receiver and wirelessly connects user devices to USB devices in the room to support BYOM web conferencing needs.

“At MAXHUB, we recognise ScreenBeam’s industry-leading technology for its ability to address the need for wireless video sharing with a simplified, vendor-neutral interface,” said Charles Montoya UC Sales Manager for North America at MAXHUB. “We anticipate our customers will be thrilled with ScreenBeam’s tested compatibility with our popular cameras for seamless Unified Communication and Collaboration (UCC).”

MAXHUB cameras tested for compatibility with ScreenBeam include the UC S10 All-in-One Unified Communication Bar, UC P10 PTZ Camera, UC M31 Panoramic Camera, and UC S05 All-in-One Video Bar. Additional announcements on camera support and future engineering integration will be made as they become available.

“MAXHUB’s wide range of high-quality audio and camera solutions have extended conferencing capabilities to workspaces large and small across the globe,” says Jay Taylor, Director of Strategic Alliances for ScreenBeam. “Our individual and joint innovation, technology and performance is exactly what the hybrid workforce needs with the plug-and-play simplicity we are both known for.”

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