Wireless display and conferencing solutions provider ScreenBeam has announced the immediate availability of its ScreenBeam Conference for Windows 10 solution, and beta support for macOS devices.
According to ScreenBeam, the solution wirelessly connects meeting participants to the in-room display and USB AV peripherals (camera, microphone, soundbar) for a seamless bring-your-own-meeting (BYOM) web conferencing experience.
It works with all major conferencing providers, including Microsoft Teams, Zoom, GoToMeeting and more. It runs on the top of OS-native wireless display technology, eliminating user contactwith dongles, buttons, cables and room control systems, the company says.
This provides a contactless experience with an agnostic solution that works with all major videoconferencing services. Users can host or join a meeting with their own personal device while taking advantage of room audio and video devices to create an equitable meeting experience between remote and in-room participants.
ScreenBeam Conference is available as free software when used with the ScreenBeam 1100 Plus. According to the company, customers aren’t charged licensing fees and gain a significant total cost of ownership advantage over competitors.
“Enabling the hybrid workforce to be successful requires technology that is flexible for different situations and simple enough for any presenter to use,” said Scott La, director of PLM and support.
ScreenBeam Conferences is a free software when using the ScreenBeam 1100 Plus wireless display receiver, which costs $999.