IMCCA’s Collaboration Week New York 2020 kicked off on Monday morning with an opening session hosted by BlackRock in Midtown. Here are the takeaways from the program.
At ISE 2020, Sennheiser and Bose Professional announced the Bose ES1 Ceiling Audio Solution, an in-ceiling conferencing solution optimized for unified communication platforms.
VuWall (Booth 15-K250) has added new collaboration and KVM features to its VuScape video wall controller.
At ISE 2020, Samsung is showing QLED 8K SMART displays, new applications of The Wall technology, and the improved Samsung Flip 2 digital flipchart.
Sony Electronics has received clearance from the Food and Drug Administration for its NUCLeUS Operating Room, Imaging Management, and Collaboration Control platform.
ScreenBeam will preview its latest version of ScreenBeam Classroom Commander (SBCC) with new support for Chromebook student devices at BETT 2020 in London.
Nureva is debuting its HDL200 audio conferencing system, the newest addition to the company’s line of advanced audio solutions, at ISE 2020.
Yamaha Unified Communications has announced its CS-700 Video Sound Collaboration System and USB speakerphones now integrate with Intel Unite, a customizable wireless collaboration solution.
Nureva has added 13 agile-themed templates to Span Workspace, the company’s expansive cloud-based digital canvas for visual planning and team collaboration.
According to a new report by MarketsandMarkets, the cognitive collaboration market size is expected to grow from $983 million in 2019 to $1.66 billion by 2024.
Lifesize has announced enhancements to its interoperable and cloud-connected Lifesize Dash meeting room kit software solution.
Samsung Electronics America has announced the Samsung Flip 2 digital interactive display, the newest addition to the Flip lineup.
The IMCCA just wrapped up the Collaboration Week Silicon Valley event, which featured events at Intuit, Poly, and AWS from October 28–30.
Jetblack, a text-based personal shopping and concierge service company, recently installed a number of Yamaha Unified Communications’ CS-700 Video Sound Bars in its headquarters in New York.