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iBoardTouch to Show 98in 4K Touchscreen at ISE 2015

January 5, 2015 | Telepresence Options

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iBoardTouch is to showcase its interactive real-time collaboration products for business and education at ISE 2015. The show will see wide launch of the i98, a 98in 4K interactive display.

The ten-point multi-touch wide screen display gives business and education users an ultra-large interactive display with UHD that is suitable for collaborative working and learning.

The i98 provides an ultra-large display for simultaneous viewing of multiple content sources including full screen video conferencing capabilities.

Also new at ISE is DigiClass software, which connects personal and mobile devices to the full iBoardTouch Lite and Pro range of interactive flat-panel display for seamless, bi-directional collaboration, answering the needs of BYOD and mixed-device environments.

ISE visitors will also be able to see IWBPro, a new software application, and an upgrade to VCC, iBoardTouch's Video Conferencing and Collaboration software, which integrates video conference calls, screen share, screen-based document collaboration and the ability to open medical imaging dicom files.

The new version of VCC gains cloud storage and virtual network add-ons for the secure information sharing of files stored in an encrypted online repository and accessible from anywhere in the world.

Also on show at ISE is a selection of interactive displays from the iBoardTouch range of Full HD (1080p) and UHD (4K) interactive LED flat-panel displays with 10-point multi-touch and with a low-power, anti-glare screen from 55in to 98in, for shadow-free and vibrant display of content with crisp detail.







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