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Prysm Cascade Collaboration Video Wall and Display Solutions

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The What: Prysm's Cascade video wall and display solutions have garnered industry attention for their powerful collaboration capabilities. Cascade all-in-one collaboration solutions are touch enabled, allowing users to display, share, reposition, resize, annotate and edit all types of content on screen.

The What Else: Multiple teams can share a Cascade video wall with dedicated workspaces that let them pick up their work where they last left off. Cascade video walls and displays deliver groundbreaking real-time, multi-site mirroring of content, powerful and easy to use administrative tools, and lightning fast cloud-based services.

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