Prysm Adds the LPD 6K, an Interactive Single Panel Large-Format Display


Prysm is creating a new category in the display market by unveiling its latest – the Prysm Laser Phosphor Display (LPD) 6K Series. These interactive large-format single panel displays offer a panoramic image with no seams or bezels with, what they are saying is, the power consumption similar to a commercial coffee maker. The displays are shatter-resistant, flexible and offer rollability for transport. The new modular […]

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Prysm In Financial Trouble, Could Shut Down Early Next Year


Prysm, the unified communications company headquartered out of San Jose, Calif., may be forced to shut down if it does not receive new investor funding by January 2018. Company representatives warned employees and state officials that it may be shutting down operations and laying off all its employees, with the closure happening on Jan. 21, […]

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Prysm Builds Apps for Windows Devices and iPhones; Simplifying Collaboration for AV Integrators


Prysm today announced two new native apps for its digital workplace platform: one for Microsoft Windows 10-based devices using the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) and the other for iPhones. The new apps can be used with Prysm’s existing room and web-access solutions to provide a single user experience tailored to how connected teams and individuals visualize and work with […]

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Prysm Activates Co-browsing, Wireless Screen Sharing with Google Cast and Annotation


Prysm today unveiled its Summer ’17 software release featuring the general availability of its co-browsing functionality wireless screen sharing with Google Cast and a refreshed annotation experience. Today’s announcement supports the company’s commitment to provide enterprises with the right tools and experiences to drive employee efficiency and productivity. Specifics of the summer ’17 release include: Co-browsing experience: Short for collaborative browsing, this feature […]

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New Prysm Go Is Designed to Turn All Meeting Rooms Into a Collaboration Room


Prysm today announced Prysm Go, a new product that turns any meeting room into a collaboration room. For meeting rooms that are already enabled with video conferencing codecs such as those from Cisco, Polycom and Logitech, Prysm Go enables meeting participants to accept or reject incoming calls, control meeting room volume, share content with other participants, and dial […]

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Rants and rAVes — Episode 583: The Prysm Digital Canvas – Collaboration on Steroids


The word collaboration is hackneyed in AV — but, I feel we need keep using it as it does, in fact, define a trend in business. People want to connect, share and work in groups — whether they are in-person or working via the Internet. Many would argue that Barco started all this, in AV at least, with their wireless collaboration […]

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Prysm Announces Kaybus Acquisition to Strengthen Enterprise Offering


Prysm today announced it has completed the acquisition of Kaybus, Inc, a creator of secure, cloud-based knowledge automation software, adding more enterprise-grade enhancements for Prysm Application Suite. Integration of the Kaybus development team and technology into Prysm Application Suite is already underway. A wide range of mission-critical enhancements from the acquisition are expected to benefit end users and application administrators across four key […]

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Prysm Debuts New Digital Collaboration Capabilities at ISE 2017


Prysm today announced at ISE 2017 a new set of capabilities for smarter visual collaboration across the enterprise. Live Source Streaming, Quick Start and Wireless Screen Sharing are being added to Prysm Visual Workplace. The company is also demonstrating third-party display compatibility in its stand for the first time, alongside Prysm displays. Today’s announcement includes […]

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New Prysm “Guest Mode” Expands Prysm Visual Workplace


Prysm announced Guest Mode, a new feature within the Prysm Application Suite that enables Prysm customers to add outside participants, such as potential customers, partners or contractors, to a Prysm Visual Workplace meeting, contributing to a more collaborative relationship that can immediately improve partnership productivity and lead to additional revenue potential. Prysm Visual Workplace offers […]

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AV Futures?


Last week the Integrate Expo took place in Melbourne, Australia and one thing seemed to stand out, according to rAVe, which was LG’s OLED Wallpaper (below). Is this indeed the future of AV? Is it the future of display technology? You can be the judge, I do have my own thoughts. Prepare to be BLOWN […]

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Prysm Adds Enterprise-Wide Collaboration with Microsoft Applications


To enhance the Prysm Visual Workplace, Prysm today announced an integration with Microsoft OneDrive for Business and Office 365. Using the OneDrive for Business API from Microsoft, Prysm has made it easy for customers to connect Prysm to their existing OneDrive for Business environments to make it a seamless experience for end users to access, […]

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Digital, Disparate and Disengaged: New Study Reveals Substantial Gap Between IT and Facilities Leadership and Employees


Prysm revealed today in a new commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting that while 75 percent of IT and facilities leaders said their executives and line-of-business leaders are putting moderate to extreme pressure on them to create or implement innovative collaboration solutions for employees, information workers find in-office technologies stunted and ineffective – much to […]

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What’s To See At InfoComm 2016? Part 2: Some of the (Many) Exhibitors at the Show


Yes, over 1000 exhibitors for the first time at any InfoComm show. Where to begin? Here are some suggestions: Oblong (N2337) will unveil new capabilities of Mezzanine, the immersive visual collaboration solution for globally connected enterprises that is changing the way teams work at companies including IBM, Accenture, Fujitsu and Dentsu Aegis Network. Dubbed Mezz-In, this […]

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Captured at #ISE2016 Part 2: The Show


In Part 1 I explained that I’ve previously written blogs capturing Twitter and Facebook moments at InfoComm 2015, InfoComm Connections in NYC and other trade shows. This time I decided to do a “4000 mile” social media view of Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) in Amsterdam – the AV industry’s largest trade show event which takes place […]

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Prysm Launches Prysm Enterprise for Scalable Collaboration


Prysm today unveiled Prysm Enterprise, a hardware and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution which enables businesses and their employees to easily collaborate in-real time across every size screen — from mobile devices to custom large-scale video walls. With Prysm Enterprise, the newest offering in Prysm’s Visual Workplace portfolio, applications, content, video conferencing and the web are all […]

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Prysm Intros 98″ Collaboration Display


Prysm today introduced a new 98” collaboration-based LCD display that will enhance the collaboration across the enterprise. The company will demonstrate the display in conjunction with the new Prysm Enterprise solution and Skype for Business integration at ISE 2016. Today’s collaborative decision-making process is increasingly reliant on combining data from multiple locations and sources in […]

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Wainhouse Research at InfoComm 2015 (4 of 4)


By Ira Weinstein Sr. Analyst, Consultant and Partner, Wainhouse Research Collaboration Displays, Video Walls and Interactive White Boards While at the show, we spent a few minutes at the Microsoft booth where the star of the show was Microsoft Surface Hub.  While it doesn’t appear that Microsoft announced any new Surface Hub features at InfoComm, […]

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Gary Interviews Prysm’s Dana Corey


Dana Corey, vice president of sales & technical operations at Prysm, took the time to talk to Gary about Prysm products and strategy. Prysm launched Synthesis 2.0 and Cascade 65 at InfoComm 2015 and showcased Skype for Business, as well as the company’s mirroring collaboration capabilities. Dana pointed out how Prysm’s lower price point but […]

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GE Digital Energy Educates Customers with Interactive Video Wall


Located at GE Digital Energy’s new Canadian Headquarters in Markham, Ontario, Canada, the Customer Experience Center (CEC) is a facility promoting GE’s energy grid solutions. The CEC features a 175-tile, 60-foot curved Prysm LPD video wall, Extron Quantum Elite Processor, control by the presenter’s iPad/wall-mounted Crestron, powerful multi-zoned audio system and touch panels. Background GE […]

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Peerless-AV, Prysm & Sennheiser Talk 2014 Market and Economy


The 2014 Integrated Systems Europe show is set to be a world-record show with well over 50,000 attendees, more than 900 exhibitors and over 1,000 new product launches. As rAVe founder Gary Kayye walked the show floor Wednesday, he caught up with three people that represent different parts of the market — Peerless-AV for mounts, […]

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Cisco and iRobot Partner in Telepresence Robot


The pervasive theme at InfoComm for Cisco was all about collaboration. The company actually demonstrated a partnership with Prysm on a telepresence solution, but one of the cooler new things at InfoComm had to be their iRobot solution. Dubbed the Ava 500, Cisco and iRobot signed a joint marketing agreement to get the portable telepresence […]

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Prysm Launches Next-Generation LPD Videowall Tile


At InfoComm, laser phosphor display technology company Prysm introduced the next generation of its LPD videowall tile. The new tile boasts resolution of 427×320 — a 78 percent increase in resolution per tile compared with the previous generation’s 320×240. An HD native-resolution display now requires a 5×4 array of the new tile, with a 117-inch […]

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An In-Depth Interview with Prysm President, CEO and Founder Amit Jain


Prysm is still building a business on one product — a laser phosphor display (LPD). And now it’s partnered with Cisco in telepresence suites. The company’s on a run — it was even a finalist in rAVe’s Reader’s Choice Awards in the Greenest AV Manufacturer category because LPD uses significantly less power than many traditional […]

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Prysm To Use Sony in Japan


Prysm has entered into an agreement with Sony Business Solutions Corporation to distribute Prysm’s proprietary Laser Phosphor Display (LPD) technology in Japan. “We are very excited to have one of the biggest names in international electronics as a strategic partner,” said Amit Jain, co-founder and CEO of Prysm. “Sony Business Solutions Corporation’s strong distribution channels […]

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Prysm Makes InfoComm Debut: First System to Challenge Christie’s MicroTiles


At InfoComm last month, Prysm, Inc. launched the industry’s first real challenge to Christie’s MicroTiles technology, powered by its proprietary technology, Laser Phosphor Display (LPD). Although larger than the MicroTiles, the Prysm solution is similar in that they are also “building block” style displays that can be stacked in a wide variety of sizes and […]

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Prysm Makes InfoComm Debut: First System to Challenge Christie’s MicroTiles


At InfoComm last month, Prysm, Inc. launched the industry’s first real challenge to Christie’s MicroTiles technology, powered by its proprietary technology, Laser Phosphor Display (LPD). Although larger than the MicroTiles, the Prysm solution is similar in that they are also “building block” style displays that can be stacked in a wide variety of sizes and […]

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Prysm Launches Environmental Cost of Operation Calculator for Displays


Prysm, Inc., this week announced the launch of its online Environmental Cost of Operation (ECO) calculator, which analyzes the total energy consumption of major display technologies, including LCD, LED, and plasma technologies, compared to Prysm’s Laser Phosphor Display (LPD). The calculator assesses the environmental impact of various large format displays, along with operating costs. The […]

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Little-Known Prysm Launches New Laser-Based Technology


Prysm (formerly referred to as Spudnik), officially released their Laser Phosphor Display (LPD) rear-screen projection technology last week.  LPD is a totally new technology taking aim at the current market dominance of DLP in large venue applications – and, although not a CEDIA channel product yet, there will eventually be applications for it in large-format […]

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