Prysm will be exhibiting its Cascade videowall solutions and demonstrating the series' powerful collaboration capabilities at InfoComm Middle East & Africa (MEA), which runs on 13-16 October at the Dubai World Trade Center. The manufacturer will also be showcasing Cascade products on the Cisco stand at the co-located GITEX Technology Week (12-16 October).
Prysm Cascade videowalls combine high-definition, low-energy, virtually seamless displays with touch-enabled interaction. Users can display, share, reposition, resize, annotate and edit all types of content on screen, which allows for a richer context of information and makes business meetings more productive. Configurable workspaces enable teams to share the use of Cascade solutions with other groups, save their work between sessions and pick up where they last left off when they next meet. Mirroring of workspaces between Prysm displays allows geographically distributed teams to simultaneously collaborate on all of the content on-screen. Projects and associated data can be stored locally or in the Cloud; users can thus access their work from any Cascade system at any time.
The Cascade series is available in four standard sizes from 65in to 190in diagonal. The Cascade 190 videowall for large meeting rooms creates a 75 sqft (7.0sqm) digital canvas for collaboration and interaction. The Cascade 117, 85 and 65 are equipped with the same powerful collaboration capabilities and are suited to smaller conference rooms and huddle rooms. Prysm also provides custom-sized Olympic videowalls tailored for auditoriums, broadcast studios and command & control centres.
Cascade collaboration videowalls and displays have garnered industry acclaim for bringing together people, content and ideas in ways that enhance creativity, improve productivity and reduce time to decision. Tanvir Osama, director of sales for the Middle East region, commented: “Cascade solutions are shifting the passive meeting paradigm to an active, collaborative experience where you can see the whole picture, synthesise information and work together to reach better decisions faster.”