Enhance UC experiences with ScreenBeam wireless display technology
What is Unified Communications?
Unified Communication (UC) is a powerful tool for enhancing workforce communications and collaboration across the globe. Integrating ScreenBeam in-room wireless display into a UC device or room system expands those capabilities and improves productivity by transforming meeting interactions between local and remote employees for more effective and natural collaboration.
Share content with in-room and remote participants with ease
No apps or dongles needed
Easy to use, no extensive training
Integrating ScreenBeam to Microsoft Teams or Zoom Rooms
Integrating ScreenBeam into a UC system, such as Microsoft Teams Room or Zoom Room appliances, enhances the overall experience for both in-room and remote participants. In-room participants gain the mobile and collaborative nature of wireless display, and their remote counterparts can view shared content and video feeds. Meeting spaces with interactive touch displays benefit from ScreenBeam’s support for wireless inking and touch, native to Windows 10, allowing in-room participants to seamlessly interact with and annotate on shared content in any application.
Reduce costs and simplify conference room design.
ScreenBeam 1100 Plus is the only cross-platform solution allowing users to wirelessly share and mark-up content on the room display from their favorite Windows, macOS, iOS or Chromebook device without an app or dongle. Presenter and guest devices have multiple ways to connect including Miracast™, local Wi-Fi mode, and network infrastructure connectivity. New HDMI input available for older devices without wireless capability and integrated digital signage reduce capital costs.
Catalog number: SBWD1100P
Connecting ScreenBeam to UC systems with control panels
If the touchscreen display is connected to a UC system that is managed by a control panel (e.g. Logitech Tap), ScreenBeam may be connected to the HDMI ingest of the control panel. Wireless Display is routed through the control panel to the UC appliance and then to the display. The USB cable for the touch display can be connected directly to the ScreenBeam receiver to support collaboration for in room participants.
In some UC systems (e.g. HP Slice) the HDMI ingest is not part of the control panel. ScreenBeam can be connected directly to the UC appliance’s HDMI ingest. The USB cable for the touch display can be connected directly to the ScreenBeam receiver to support collaboration for in room participants.
Connecting ScreenBeam to a UC system powered by a PC
In some UC systems a PC, like the Dell Optiplex, may be driving the UC experience. In this scenario, the PC does not have an HDMI ingest, so you need to add an HDMI USB capture device. Connect ScreenBeam’s HDMI output to the HDMI ingest of the capture device, then connect the USB output of the capture device to the PC.
Enabling touch for a PC driven UC experience.
Prioritizing touch for collaboration on ScreenBeam is easily accomplished by using a wireless keyboard/mouse to control the PC. This allows the PC the drive UC experiences while enabling wireless ink and touch support via ScreenBeam.
Alternatively, if you want to enable touch on both the PC and the ScreenBeam you can add a USB switch. Connect the USB cable from the touch panel to the input of the USB switch, then connect the output of the USB switch to the PC and the ScreenBeam receiver. When using ScreenBeam for collaboration, set the USB switch output to ScreenBeam. If you want the touch to work with the PC, set the USB switch output to the PC.