15/06/2018 - Ireland-based DisplayNote seemed to be everywhere – well, one minute in their own stand, the next in the booths of a surprising number of OEM partners, including the likes of ELO, NEC, Newline, and Sharp.
It was showing off a new Mac-supporting version of DisplayNote Montage – a wireless presentation system, a version of Montage running on Windows that requires no installation, and the DisplayNote Cloud, an (appropriately named) platform for IT to manage Montage deployments from the cloud. Its Mosaic ideation software (video conferencing, whiteboarding, and document collaboration) was on display in its stand. As an example of how the company is going to market with partners, NEC was showing off Mosaic integrated with its super-duper Infinity board. NEC will be taking a modular approach: three “tiers” of integration with DisplayNote’s Mosaic software running on either a Windows PC or a Raspberry Pi (single-board mini-PC card), and other levels of integration with Montage.
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