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New video and collaboration technologies launched at GITEX Technology Week.

The future of the workplace will soon be so advanced, there’s no need for you to fly to a location and go in meetings face-to-face. This is one of the visions presented by Polycom through the introduction of some of their video and collaboration solutions, which is currently on display at GITEX Technology Week 2017 and we were lucky enough to be given a demo.

New video and collaboration technologies launched at GITEX Technology Week.

The future of the workplace will soon be so advanced, there’s no need for you to fly to a location and go in meetings face-to-face. This is one of the visions presented by Polycom through the introduction of some of their video and collaboration solutions, which is currently on display at GITEX Technology Week 2017 and we were lucky enough to be given a demo.

First up is the Polycom Pano, which is a new all-in-one solution for sharing content while at work. Picture this scenario: you’re in a business meeting and you need to share content from your computer. You would normally need a wire to connect it to the screen, and if you need to share another user’s screen, you would either disconnect your laptop before being able to plug it into the new one.

With the Polycom Pano, it’s completely wireless, meaning you can immediately share content at a touch of a button no matter what platform you are using because well, it supports all of them. The Pano supports AirPlay for iOS and Mac devices, along with Micacast for Android devices and PCs.

Additionally, the Pano includes a touch-based monitor that has various whiteboarding features that you can immediately share and collaborate with your colleagues whether they’re sitting in front of you or even if they’re sitting in another office halfway across the world.

Up next is the Polycom RealPresence Immersive Studio Flex that literally brings a new immersive feel to the standard meeting room. A total of three 4K displays are placed to give you a panoramic view of the other party you’re talking to. The cameras placed in front of you are hidden so you don’t feel like you’re talking to a camera. The mission here is to make these virtual meeting rooms as real as possible.

Polycom has these business solutions on display at GITEX Technology Week. 

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