Circle Technology Launches CircleHub and CircleBox at InfoComm

Exhibiting in the Stampede booth, Circle Technology introduces its CircleHub and CircleBox products.

It’s not marketing hype to say the face of communications is changing thanks to increased network connectivity and the advent of new technologies in the consumer and professional electronics industries.

The Skinny: Validating the evolution of the professional market are the latest product solutions from the Vancouver, Washington manufacturer Circle Technology.

The Specs: During the recent InfoComm 2014 show in Las Vegas, Circle Technology announced its new CircleHub and CircleBox products that are designed to provide users a simple and secure way of sharing content on a PC with smart devices throughout a local environment.

Circle Technology says the products work independently from the Internet to allow as many as 15 connections with the CircleHub and as many as 40 connections with the CircleBox. According to the company, by removing the Internet from its infrastructure, it can support a variety of users while providing them a simple interface it calls Circle Viewer App.

Solutions: The CircleHub and CircleBox products facilitate communications in settings that include classrooms, boardrooms, and for professionals who frequently travel.