02/05/2017 - DisplayNote today announced that their educational screen-sharing application, DisplayNote, will once again be bundled with approx. 1.5 million NEC PCs in the Japanese market in 2017.
DisplayNote build technologies that are designed to make it easier for people to present, share, and collaborate on content in real-time across large-format displays, desktop and mobile devices.
The company has worked with NEC to integrate its technology in such a way that NEC PCs, Displays and Projectors can easily connect and wirelessly share content with smartphones, tablets, PCs and other displays.
The screen-sharing technology allows real-time collaboration in settings from lecture halls, classrooms and meeting rooms and can make presentations more engaging and collaborative.
Each PC sold by NEC in Japan will come with a free five-connection license.
Now in its 3rd year, the partnership will take the number of DisplayNote licences on NEC PCs in Japan to approx 4.5 million.
"As the market leader of PCs in Japan, NEC are at the forefront of offering innovative solutions to their customers", said Ed Morgan, CMO at DisplayNote. We're proud to see our software included with 1.5 million of their PCs shipping in the Japanese domestic market. It's a testament to the solution itself and our ongoing partnership with NEC".
DisplayNote Technologies design solutions that bring people and ideas closer together.
The company, which was founded in 2012 with the mission of bringing ideas and people closer together, has now provided solutions to some of the world’s largest organisations and is seen as the collaborative tool of choice for many leading manufacturers of interactive displays such as NEC, Sahara, BENQ & DELL,NewLine ClearTouch, TouchIT, Specktron among others.
Based in Belfast & Murcia, the company design and build solutions for wireless presentation, immersive group collaboration, shared white-boarding, and team communications.
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Ed Morgan, DisplayNote