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The recent global pandemic has shown the importance of collaborative ecosystems, with many of us having to truly immerse ourselves in a virtual work environment from our home offices. As we slowly begin to return to our offices to work, face-to-face with our colleagues, hybrid multi-window capability is predicted to become the new norm in our huddle spaces, boardrooms, hybrid learning facilities and events. In this blog, we explain how to create outstanding hybrid collaboration spaces that your teams will scramble to visit the office to use!

Questions you should ask when choosing your next Video Processor Video processors are used in a wide range of healthcare environments including operating rooms, diagnostic areas, and teaching facilities. As a result, the equipment must always function perfectly, as any downtime or other technical issues will have a real-time impact on human life. With that being said, it is important that you ask the right questions when you are choosing your next healthcare video processing solution. That is why we have put together this handy seven-point guide:

When it comes to choosing your next video processor, you will be confronted with a large choice of solutions that are available on the market today. While a look though the specification sheets may suggest that several processors can meet your requirements, it pays to ask the right questions before making your selection. In this useful guide, we will provide you with the 6 questions you should ask before your next video wall purchase.

Control Room professionals strive to continually enhance their decision-making processes by collecting, distributing, and visualizing the ever-increasing amounts of available data without any visual latency. In turn, this provides complete 360°situational awareness, helping operators and their stakeholders make optimal assessments of the situation. A KVM system is undoubtedly the heart of many control rooms and operation centers in government, health care and industrial applications, and it is essential that it offers the lowest latency performance possible.

Trends show that video wall requirements are shunning square (e.g. 2x2 or 3x3) configurations and moving towards extra-wide formats instead. This allows you to impress your audience with a more useful, impactful, and memorable visual experience for corporate experience centers and boardrooms, government control rooms and higher education installations. In these environments, you can access more visual real estate without having to raise the height of your ceiling! For example, we have all seen TV broadcasters use this wall format to bring their stories to life. In this blog, we will highlight several key technical challenges you must consider before designing your extra-wide video wall.