Evoko announced the Delo connection manager, a screen-sharing hub with integrated charging, cable management and control of meeting room gear. Evoke says it’s designed to allow local, in-room meeting participants to share their screen, charge their laptops and access the in-room equipment without having to install any software. The company says you simply have to connect your computer to Delo connection manager with one of the retractable USB-C cables and start your meeting. Up to four devices can be connected at the same time for charging, and you easily change who is sharing their screen with a press of a button.
Colored lights show who is sharing their display and you can switch who’s sharing by simply pressing the button next to the cable connected to your device.
Hybrid (as well as full on-site) meetings benefit from the reliable and high bandwidth streaming that is enabled through the USB-C cables in Delo connection manager. Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is now becoming Bring Your Own Meeting (BYOM) and Delo connection manager allows you to connect to any meeting directly from your laptop and access the in-room display, camera, microphone and speakers without having to invite the room or learn to use the various in-room systems.
Finally, the Delo connection manager has minimalistic design that doesn’t take up much space on the table and fits perfectly into modern meeting and huddle rooms alike. The four cables retract when not in use to always keep the table tidy and since the cables also offer charging, you avoid stumbling over power cables laying across the room.
Biamp announced that it will acquire Evoko, a Sweden-based manufacturer known for its scheduling systems. The acquisition marks another step in Biamp’s “expansion strategy and commitment to provide customers with more comprehensive, integrated solutions.” Evoko has a suite of products including room-booking solutions and desk-scheduling systems designed to enhance productivity and streamline office operations. These offerings […]
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