Wireless screen sharing and collaboration platform Airtame has entered into an exclusive product partnership with screen mirroring vendor AirServer. Through the partnership, Airtame 2 customers have the option to activate AirServer, enabling users to mirror or cast their screen from any device to any screen via AirPlay, Google Cast and Miracast.
The partnership provides customers with flexibility when deciding which Airtame-equipped screens should have AirServer enabled. Using Airtame Cloud, IT admins can enable AirServer support for all Airtame 2 devices. It’s possible to enable one, two, or three screen mirroring options, and limit access to specific screens, depending on the use case, location and/or network configuration.
“We’re excited to launch this strategic partnership with AirServer. This means that all of our current and future customers can mirror screens from any device. Whether in an enterprise or education setting, presenters can use any device they want – without downloading an app. Even guest speakers can jump straight in,” explained Brian Kyed, Co-founder & Co-CEO at Airtame. “AirServer’s stellar reputation for reliability and trust means our customers can have full confidence in the expanded connectivity. Together, we’ve reached the pinnacle of what it means to be true cross-platform and best-in-class.”
“We are pleased to partner with Airtame to fully support bring-your-own-device in all office, school and hospitality settings. Like Airtame, AirServer believes that connectivity should be wireless and hassle-free. We’re delighted that AirServer will allow any user, carrying any device, to access Airtame quickly and easily using their device’s built-in screen mirroring,” said Pratik Kumar, CEO at AirServer.
Airserver support for Google Cast is already available in public beta. Support for Miracast and Airplay will follow in early 2020.