ScreenBeam adds new digital signage functionality to its ScreenBeam 1100 wireless display and collaboration solution
Latest feature update enables end-users to stream customized content to meeting room displays
SANTA CLARA, CALIF. — Aug 28, 2019 — ScreenBeam, Inc., a global leader in wireless display and collaboration solutions, has released its latest firmware (version 184.108.40.206) update featuring a digital signage capability. This function will empower ScreenBeam 1100 end-users to better leverage their meeting room displays in communicating important employee and guest messaging, company branding and beyond.
While corporate lobbies have seen a large increase in digital signage installations, there is a growing desire to leverage meeting room displays to further create a unique user-experience as well as deliver better ROI within those spaces.
The digital signage support allows ScreenBeam to stream signage content when the display is not being utilized. The feature is disabled by default and can be enabled from the management interface. Signage can display in either Fullscreen or Framed mode and will start streaming per the idle time set by the administrator. Supported content formats include: HTML5, WebGL, Video Webm, Video H264, and Video MP4.
In addition to the digital signage support, the firmware update includes an enhancement to its Video playback support for iOS/macOS native mirroring. When mirroring video content from a YouTube™ app or Safari browser, ScreenBeam receiver will stream and playback the video directly instead of mirroring.
“We are always working on ways to better enhance the use of our ScreenBeam solutions for our customers,” said Mike Ehlenberger, Vice President and General Manager of ScreenBeam. “By adding this digital signage capability, they will be able to create more personalized, impactful meeting spaces for their employees and guests.”
To learn more about this feature and others in the firmware update, click here to visit the Screenbeam support site.
ScreenBeam, Inc., is a leading wireless display and collaboration provider that delivers an app-free screen sharing experience on any modern device to bring intuitive wireless collaboration to any meeting space or classroom. ScreenBeam is Microsoft’s co-engineering partner for wireless display enabling wireless Office 365 experiences. ScreenBeam solutions are used as the validation platform for wireless display functionality by companies like Microsoft and leading PC OEM and device companies. Headquartered in Santa Clara, CA, ScreenBeam has offices across the United States, Europe and Asia. To learn more about ScreenBeam, visit https://www.screenbeam.com.
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