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DisplayNote partners with Infocus to improve how people work together.

01/10/2018 - DisplayNote partners with Infocus to deliver a solution that improves how people work together.

At DisplayNote, we strive to make meetings more collaborative, connected, and productive. Everything we do is designed to make it easier for people to come together and share ideas and content.

To help transform the meeting spaces all across the world, we aim to partner with world class specialists across the AV and IT industry.

We are delighted to announce that we have recently partnered with Infocus, a company offering collaboration and visualisation solutions.

Infocus have chosen DisplayNote Montage, to be bundled with their Mondopad, an elegant all-in-one touchscreen collaboration system for efficient face-to-face collaboration with people anywhere.

Loren Shaw, VP of Marketing at Infocus explains why they chose Montage as their wireless presentation system.

“Partnering with a high-performance presentation system like Montage helps us achieve our goal of improving how people work together”.

About Montage.

Montage is a wireless presentation system that allows multiple users, whether they’re in the room or connecting remotely to wirelessly cast from any laptop or mobile device to a main meeting room screen.

In addition to its wireless presentation capabilities, attendees can share media files with each other, annotate over content, capture screens, and even open a whiteboard.

Designed with enterprise adoption in mind, Montage is available as both a hardware and software solution, has Enterprise-grade security and takes an IT-first approach to network deployment.

About Infocus.

InFocus is the inventor of the digital projector. Many firsts followed, including the first DLP projector, the first sub-five-pound projector, the first ultra-thin projection television, the first all-in-one interactive whiteboard with touch technology and videoconferencing, and many more milestones that have contributed to creating a multi-billion-dollar display industry.

But it wasn’t enough to just be first. InFocus also wanted to be the best. The best partner to our channel. The best provider to our customers. That’s why InFocus also forged the way with industry-defining channel and marketing programs as well as innovative products that are backed by US-based service and support. InFocus has grown and changed over the last three decades both organically as well as through acquisitions, such as Proxima/ASK in 1999 and recently with Jupiter Systems, Avistar and VIDCO in 2015.

Today, InFocus provides end-to-end display and videoconferencing solutions from video phones to projectors, JTouch interactive touchscreens, the Mondopad all-in-one touch and videoconferencing solution, and ConX videoconferencing display walls. We also offer videoconferencing software and cloud services, a full array of accessories, tablets, display wall processors and visualization and collaboration products that enable anyone to see and connect anywhere at any time, even using personal and mobile devices. InFocus is privately owned and headquartered in Portland, Oregon with offices and employees all over the world.

For further enquiries please contact:

Ed Morgan

DisplayNote Technologies



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