Zoom, BenQ team up to create certified video conferencing displays
With the integration of Zoom Rooms, BenQ's interactive displays and digital signage will help provide interactive communication through video conferring and chat services, remote screen sharing etc.
BenQ has announced that its large-format displays will now deliver video conference solutions from Zoom Video Communications, Inc. on its digital signage and interactive displays.
Given the current circumstances, collaborative technology is crucial and not just for corporate needs, but also for effective communication, trading ideas, best practices, and information.
With the integration of Zoom Rooms, BenQ's interactive displays and digital signage will help provide interactive communication through video conferring and chat services, remote screen sharing, content collaboration and whiteboarding with notes. These solutions can be used both in a big conference room and in a personal office space.
BenQ’s Corporate Interactive Flat Panels (IFPs) come with features like account management systems for personalised workspaces, the BenQ launcher, the EZWrite whiteboard, task switcher etc.
Besides Zoom Rooms, other video conferencing solutions like Cisco Webex and Microsoft Teams can also be used on BenQ’s DuoBoard through the OPS slot computer. The DuoBoard also comes pre-installed with Blizz by TeamViewer, this with the built-in camera and mic array allows users of these apps to start meetings instantly.