Paradigm ushers TeamSpot collaboration solution into Europe
TeamSpot collaboration software is entering the European market after developers signed a distribution deal with Paradigm AV and appeared on the company’s stand at ISE 2013.
The collaboration software, from US company Tidebreak, allows a room to have one or more main displays connected up to ten devices such as laptops, PCs, tablets and smartphones.
Greg Jeffreys, CEO of Paradigm, said: "The TeamSpot collaboration software has been used in flagship projects in the US and we are confident it will prove disruptive in Europe in the most positive meaning of the word.
"By replacing the ‘fat-ware’ of unnecessary hardware such as matrix switchers with software, which includes unique patents and IP that gives substance to the over-used term ‘collaboration’, we are confident we are going to make quite a splash in 2013."
Participants download the client software from the local network and can move cursors from personal screens onto the displays in the room.
Files can be worked on, annotated and screen-grabbed by all users. A system Archive allows files, materials or links to be distributed to users.
At the ISE exhibition, Paradigm ran TeamSpot on its Display Wall, Glass Screen and a Interactive Table.