A leading provider in collaboration software for corporate, educational and government applications, Mersive was founded in Denver, Colorado in 2006 to introduce a software-focused approach to collaboration. Not only do Mersive software and cloud services transform communication, but they improve overall productivity by providing seamless content sharing environments. Leverage the power of their Solstice collaboration platform that delivers device-point sharing, future-proof design and enterprise-grade security. Solstice uses local network connections to improve stream performance and lower networking costs and is compatible with all major conferencing platforms. The Solstice product comes with calendar integration, digital signage playback, API third-party integration and hardware warranties. Add AV and laptop integration with the Solstice Conference, embrace multiple-screen environments and engagement tools with Solstice Active Learning and scale seamlessly with Solstice Cloud management. Crestron AirMedia makes it easy to bring any device into a meeting space and wireless connect, share, and collaborate in the meeting room and with remote participants anywhere. AirMedia is a cornerstone of Crestron’s drive to enable flexible, modern, hybrid workplaces.
An early radio pioneer founded in downtown Chicago in 1925, Shure has expanded its expertise in microphones and audio electronics to become one of the industry leaders in professional audio. Shure showcases the same commitment to powerful, seamless audio experiences from corporate boardrooms to live music venues. Renowned for their innovative microphone solutions, Shure offers DSP mixers and amplifiers, network recorders, headphones, speakers and software. Their Microflex and STEM ecosystems let you quickly deploy collaborative solutions in a classroom, huddle room, boardroom or training room. Their Audio Institute provides online training, certifications, webinars and educational publications that ensure all technicians and partners know the best way to use their products in any application.
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