Optika Display launches immersive 4K video and collaboration suite

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A US company, called Optika Display, has launched an immersive 4K video and collaboration solution. The Optika Business Collaboration Series provides a series of fully immersive 55”, 65” and 85” 4K solutions with seamless integration to Unified Communications (UC) and Visual Collaboration tools, such as Zoom Rooms for Touch and Bluescape.

The Optika Business Collaboration Series is designed to enhance communications and optimise creative processes within and between businesses by bringing UC and Visual Collaboration into an immersive experience, allowing users to connect directly with applications. It supports gestures such as active and passive pen, palm erase and pressure based touch.

“The Optika Business Collaboration Series brings an immersive experience to organizational communications, which are being challenged by dramatic growth, decentralized staff and limited IT support resources. The opportunity stems from integrating collaboration from the explosion of UC and Visual Collaboration in new ways,” said Michael Gompers, Senior Director, Sales and Business Development, Optika Display.

He added: “With our Unified Communications and Visual Collaboration partners, we will help transform companies by enabling solutions that help manage growth and serve internal and external customers better.”

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