Crestron’s Sam Kennedy takes us on a quick tour of this elegant and simple solution
One of the most notable aspects of the Crestron AirMedia® technology is its ability to “work and play well” with a variety of third-party devices (in this case, the Jabra® PanaCast® 50 video bar), software platforms, and BYOD demands. A terrific example of just how powerful these solutions can be is the AirMedia® Connect Adaptor, a device that simply plugs into a laptop via USB-C® port and allows the user to begin collaborating wirelessly with a single touch — no apps to download, no software to update.
Crestron recently rolled out a version of the AirMedia Connect Adaptor built specifically for Microsoft Teams® Rooms software. A great platform is just part of the equation, though — having the right collaboration devices (quite literally) completes the picture.
To that end, let’s have a look at just how elegantly the Jabra PanaCast 50 video bar bundle integrates instantly with Crestron AirMedia technology. Here’s Crestron’s Sam Kennedy with a quick demo:
The possibilities don’t stop there.
Here’s wireless conferencing and collaboration with AirMedia technology and a Crestron soundbar:
The AirMedia® Connect Adaptor is now shipping with wireless presentation capabilities. Wireless conferencing on the AirMedia Connect Adaptor will be available as a free firmware upgrade later this year. You can enjoy wireless conferencing with the AirMedia® Receivers AM-3100-WF and AM-3200-WF, available now.
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