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Crestron adds wireless conferencing to AirMedia technology

Wireless conferencing joins the existing advanced presentation and digital signage functionalities

Crestron has announced the addition of wireless conferencing features to the Crestron AirMedia solution that “significantly scale” the speed, ease, and flexibility with which enterprise teams connect and collaborate.

“We’ve heard from our customers that streamlining the collaboration experience amongst transient teams is a huge priority, so Crestron Flex continues to evolve and the new wireless conferencing features are designed to eliminate whatever friction customers were previously experiencing,” stated Lauren Simmen, director of product marketing at Crestron. “Removing the limitations on accessing, distributing, and collaborating on content will grease the wheels of enterprise productivity, so we’re really excited about what wireless conferencing can help our customers achieve.”

According to Crestron, as companies evaluate changes to the physical workplace to better support hybrid work, ensuring that teams can optimise time together is at the forefront of enterprise thinking. A survey from Frost & Sullivan found that 93% of business leaders expect at least one quarter of their employees to work from home, and 36% said they will be investing in more meetings rooms. Technology that can support more intuitive, collaborative, and efficient meetings between disparate teams, especially on an ad hoc basis, will be key to minimising time lost and maximising productivity, says Crestron.

Crestron AirMedia with wireless conferencing is now available for pre-order. Any existing AirMedia 3100 and 3200 Receiver that is currently in the field can be upgraded to add wireless conferencing features. To learn more about Crestron’s wireless conferencing capabilities, visit