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ISE 2017 – Key Feature Update for Solstice

Press Release submitted by: Mersive
Multi-Room Collaboration across Distances
Mersive Solstice, exclusively distributed by PureLink since 2016 in Germany and Austria, is now ready for multi-room use! The new Solstice 3.0 version marks a watershed moment as the product will now allow users who are not in the same room to connect, share, and control content collaboratively across their enterprise network.
Solstice Multi-Room Overview
Solstice Multi-Room provides users with all the same content sharing and control features available with Solstice today, with the exception that users will no longer be limited to a single room.
Instead, Solstice Multi-Room enables meeting participants to collaborate across multiple locations and geographies on the same enterprise network. When two or more Solstice Pods are synced in a Multi-Room session, shared content will appear on all Solstice displays in the session regardless of which room/location the content is shared from.
In this way, Solstice Multi-Room acts as a force multiplier for collaboration-based productivity gains by enabling users to connect and collaborate across multiple locations.
Announcement and Launch
Solstice 3.0 with the incorporated Multi-Room features we be introduced at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) February 7-10 in Amsterdam, NL.
Solstice Multi-Room will be shown live at ISE at the Mersive booth 14-C134.
The final Solstice 3.0 with Multi-Room release is scheduled for March 2017.
The new Multi-Room capability will be included with Solstice Enterprise Edition Pods.
No hardware change/upgrade is required. Customers with current software maintenance will be able to update the software on their existing Solstice Enterprise Edition Pods to Solstice 3.0 in order to access the new Multi-Room features.
Support of Solstice Windows Software for Multi-Room is scheduled for mid 2017.
Additional information and other resources are available at PureLink.

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