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Oblong Intros Mezzanine 200 "In a Box" Solution

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Oblong Industries releases the Mezzanine 200 series-- a visual collaboration solution with a new Partner Kit designed as a packaged solution for huddle rooms.

Mezzanine 200The Mezzanine 200 offers a platform for global team collaboration in smaller connected spaces. The solution offers a simple dual-screen configuration, making it easy to deploy. It complements a variety of displays, TVC codecs and other hardware peripherals offered by partners, providing a full room solution to customers.

However, what Oblong says makes the Mezzanine 200 different is a bezel-mounted infrared gesture-tracking system adding a natural interface option for multiple simultaneous content streams. Users simply need to point the remote wand device on the screens to highlight, snapshot, move and scale important information on the fly.

Citrix, Google Extend Cloud Partnership

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Citrix Systems and Google announce an expansion of their existing cloud partnership-- allowing Citrix Workspace Services to run on Google Cloud Platform, while adding further integration between the two companies' services.

CitrixFor instance, ShareFile and G Suite integration allows the secure sharing of files via Gmail and a ShareFile connector to Google Drive. Meanwhile Google developers can utlise containers and the Kubernetes orchestration system within NetScaler CPX to easily build and scale secure applications on the cloud.

Citrix Receiver for Chrome is also getting additional enhancements, including multi-monitor support, ensuring Chrome OS devices remain a secure endpoint solution for the deliver of virtualised apps and corporate data.

The Enterprise Comeback of Google Glass

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The much vaunted Google take on smart eyewear makes a quiet, enterprise comeback-- Glass Enterprise Edition (EE), a lightweight computer with a transparent display one can clip on eyeglasses or goggles.

Google Glass EEWhereas the original Google Glass was primarily a consumer device (even if, after a lengthy trial, Google decided this was not the case), Glass EE is aimed at the workplace. Designed by the X division within Google parent Alphabet, the Glass EE is an improved version of the first Explorer Edition. It has been in testing since 2013 with a network of 30 enterprise partners, including giants such as GE, Boeing, DHL, and Volkswagen.

According to Google, Glass EE features improvements in both software and hardware. On the software side the wearable features customised solutions as per the application it is being used in, while the hardware is both lighter and more powerful, making it ideal for long term wear. Thus, Glass EE provides GE employees with instructional videos and instructions as they repair aircraft engines, while DHL workers receive real-time instructions and visual aids on where to place items.

Cisco Servers Enter 5th Generation

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Cisco announces a 5th server generation-- the Unified Computing System (UCS) M5 series, built on Intel Xeon Scalable processors and offering double the memory capacity.

Cisco UCSAs the company puts, UCS M5 servers deliver up to 86% higher performance over previous generation UCS servers, making them ideal for data intensive workloads such as real-time analytics and in-memory computing. Further boosting efficiency is what Cisco claims is the highest GPU density on blade servers.

The UCS M5 series consists of 5 models-- the B200 M5 blade server (general purpose half-width blade server with suppport for up to 2 GPUs), B480 M5 blade server (aimed at applications ranging from memory-intensive, mission-critical tasks to distributed database virtualised workloads), C220 M5 rack server (high-density 2-socket rack server for a wide range of workloads), C240 M5 rack server (storage and I/O optimised rack server for big data analytics, software-defined storage and bare metal applications) and C480 M5 rack server (with a modular architecture for flexible technology refreshes).

BenQ Launches 4K Collaboration Boards

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BenQ adds to its Interactive Flat Panel (IFP) lineup with the RP654K, RP704K and RP750K, all featuring native 4K (3840 x 2160) resolution LCD flat panels and 20-point touch capability.

BenQ screenAs one might work out from the naming, the RP654K is the 65-inch option, RP704K is 70-inch and RP750K is 75-inch. All include a pen tray and promise fast, smooth response, even with multiple users. Input is similar to tablets or smartphones, with IR technology via either the pen or touch gestures to zoom, click and rotate objects.

The tempered glass over the screen is covered with a bacteria-resistant nano-silver coating to reduce the spread of germs. Eye-Care features include anti-glare glass to minimise light reflections and improve readability, as well as low blue light and ZeroFlicker backlight technologies to reduce eye fatigue.

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